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Philippines extends coronavirus curbs in capital ahead of vaccine arrivals

President Duterte had pledged to maintain curbs in the virus epicenter of Manila until mass vaccinations begin

Vatican backs calls to ease patent protections for COVID-19 vaccines

Some existing mechanisms for compulsory licenses are slowing down rollout of vaccination programs, says archbishop

Philippines to receive first COVID-19 vaccines, to start inoculations next week

The Philippines will be the last Southeast Asian country to receive its initial set of vaccines

Philippines offers nurses in exchange for vaccines from Britain, Germany

The Philippines still limits the number of medical professionals leaving the country to 5,000 a year

Philippines’ COVID-19 cases continue to rise; 2 lay workers in Cebu...

Two lay workers in the Archdiocese of Cebu tested positive for COVID-19, five days after Archbishop Jose Palma of was hospitalized

Philippines approves Sinovac vaccine but not for all health workers

Sinovac's vaccine showed it had a lower efficacy when used for healthcare workers exposed to COVID-19 compared with healthy individuals

Another Cebu bishop, priest test positive for coronavirus

The Archdiocese of Cebu said retired Auxiliary Bishop Antonio Rañola’s health condition is stable

A time of grace, spiritual nourishment, and self-purification

Even before we could escape the lockdown of COVID, we are locked into hopelessness and despair through the coup - Cardinal Bo

Cebu archbishop tested positive for COVID-19

Archbishop Jose Palma is in a "stable condition" and is under medical care at the Perpetual Succour Hospital in Cebu

Vatican clarifies COVID-19 vaccination policy on employees

A February 8 decree said those who refuse to get a vaccination without sufficient reason would be subject to a provision in a 2011 law

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