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The Philippines is promising better pay for its nurses to lure them to the front lines against COVID-19, but a legacy of exploitation and poor working conditions in the nation's hospitals has dampened the enthusiasm to answer the call.
This is the bizarre moment a Filipino man uses a Power Ranger character costume as COVID-19 protective equipment while doing a grocery run.Carlo Angelo Garces, 32, from Mandaluyong City, the Philippines said he might as well use his costumes to have layers of body protection since he doesn't have
The Philippine peso’s resilience to the global pandemic is making the nation’s exports become relatively more expensive, in a world where global demand is falling amid virus-induced lockdowns.
Airlines in the Philippines are asking Congress to pass a law that would provide the industry financial support and wage subsidies as losses due to the pandemic reach 19 billion pesos ($376 million).
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Millions of migrant laborers around the world are trapped in limbo, cutting off the flow of money they send home.
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A biotech company says its experimental drug has proven effective against the new coronavirus in a major U.S. government study that put it to a strict test.