Bookmark these dining spots now that you can finally eat out again!
Bacolod retains it MGCQ status for April.
Read on to see how Iloilo continues to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cebu City is ready to get vaccines by the end of February.
Even with the pandemic, celebrating love in Iloilo is still possible!
Read on to see this week’s COVID-19 updates in Bacolod City and beyond.
Read on to see the steps and requirements to enter the island.
Your itinerary wouldn’t be complete without these tourist spots in Palawan!
Denisse Shawntel Tan
Jeepneys are now allowed to operate in Cebu City again!
Bacolod residents with respiratory symptoms can get free swab tests.
This Week, Cebu sees more developments to help curb the spread of COVID-19.
Iloilo City is under MECQ for two weeks, while Boracay is set to welcome more tourists by October 1.
Bacolod enforces a longer curfew and suspends the Hatid Tulong program.
To revive tourism amid the pandemic, these activities are now allowed—but only for Cebuano tourists.
Cebu City is still under ECQ, while the province is now under MGCQ.
As COVID-19 cases rise in the Philippines, Metro Manila sees new adjustments.
Shake off the pandemic stress in these water activities!
Mental health can suffer during this uncertain period.
Aside from COVID-19 suspected cases, these hospitals can still treat non-coronavirus health issues.
Measures against COVID-19 are being enforced in the City of Love.
Palawan braces for the expected rise in COVID-19 cases.
Grocery shopping in Batangas can be done at home!
Antonette Louise Guiao
These free online consultations are a godsend!
The enhanced community quarantine in Bacolod starts on March 30.
Get a comprehensive roundup of COVID-19 news in Metro Manila here.
Out on a supply run? Check first if the mall is open!
To keep Iloilo safe from COVID-19, the government has implemented some plans.
Going to Bacolod this week? Read up and get the latest updates about the city!
Get travel, weather, and traffic news about Iloilo here.
Bacolod is eyeing a task force against coronavirus in the city.
Travel tip: Always wear a mask as a means of protection against the novel coronavirus!
Now that there's a confirmed case of coronavirus in the Philippines, be vigilant!
Keith Anthony S. Fabro