September 30, 2022 - 9:08:23 pm
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   HANDLING THE PANDEMIC 
   WRONG

By: Ashanti Rivera 

The COVID-19 pandemic response in the country had been one of the longest and strictest lockdowns in the world. As this gets longer, the country’s economy continues to go downhill. The invisible enemy keeps on winning the battle

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Safe opening of schools, implement now!
By: Ashanti Rivera 

The Department of Education (DepEd) and the Department of Health (DOH) signed a merged memorandum in regards of the pilot testing on limited face-to-face classes for Basic Education in “low risk” areas in the country on September 27, 2021, making the Philippines to be one of the last countries to open schools.

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FDA approves 8 COVID-19 vaccines
By: Ashanti Rivera 

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has regulated eight COVID-19 vaccines with Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) to be used in the whole country as of August 16, 2021, in accordance with the Department of Health (DOH)

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Schoology App: An Open Room for Engagement and Excellence
By: Nadine Denise Baluyut 

“Online learning has been the talk of the town ever since the opening of classes in the pandemic has, especially towards the students.

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Renewed Faith: Story of a DCT alumnus who survived COVID-19
By: Alexis Marni Galang 

 “Life is not something you can take for granted,” said Ressy Rodriguez, a Dominican College of Tarlac alumnus and a Medical Technologist, as she recounted her experience with coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid- 19)