Jaleen Ramos

Taiwan university to produce over 200 Filipino engineers

Taiwan's Minghsin University of Science and Technology, as part of the government's work-study program, is on track to train more than 200 Filipino engineers in the coming years, the Manila Economic and Cultural Office (MECO) said in a statement.

 P6M worth of ‘shabu’ seized from 3 Korean nationals in San Juan

Around P6 million worth of suspected “shabu” were seized from three Korean nationals in San Juan City on Monday, May 29.

SKYCovion Covid-19 vaccine granted authorization by UK MHRA

SK Bioscience, a global biotech company, has obtained Marketing Authorization (MA) from the UK's Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) for its Covid-19 vaccine, SKYCovion.

Caloocan LGU holds candlelight vigil to remember lives lost to HIV-AIDS, promote awareness

The City Government of Caloocan, along with the HIV-affected community and advocates, organized a solemn candlelight ceremony on May 25, to pay tribute to those who lost their lives to Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), the advanced stage of HIV.

Unvaccinated individuals account for majority of Covid deaths in Manila

Out of the 2,070 individuals who lost their lives to Covid-19 in Manila, over 1,400 were found to be unvaccinated, the Manila Health Department said.