Precautionary measures are being laid down with the National Capital Region (NCR) staying under Alert Level 2 until December 15, 2021, as the threat of the Omicron coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is now just reduced to a matter of time.

As such, President Duterte is prodding the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) on the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (MEID) to rush its decision on whether face shields should be made mandatory again, which could prove to be another layer of protection when the Omicron variant does come.

The National Vaccination Days program of the government also enters its second day with more vaccinees expected to avail of first and second doses, or booster shots.

These are the top stories this Tuesday morning, November 30, 2021 – which is also Bonifacio Day.

NATIONAL VAX DAY – Health Secretary Francisco Duque III administers a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine on a teenager at the start of the National COVID-19 Vaccination Days at the Marikina Sports Center in Marikina City on Monday, November 29, 2021. Looking on is Marikina City Marcy Teodoro. (Mark Balmores)

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