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Myanmar election commission rejects military’s fraud claims

first_imgNAYPYITAW, Myanmar (AP) — Myanmar’s election commission has rejected allegations by the military that fraud played a significant role in determining the outcome of November’s elections, which delivered a landslide victory to Aung San Suu Kyi’s ruling party. The decision, announced Thursday, came amid heightened tensions after the military refused to rule out the possibility of a coup if their complaints were ignored. Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy party captured 396 out of 476 seats in the November 8 polls, allowing them to form the government for another five years. The military has called for a review of the results. It says it has found numerous irregularities but the election commission says there’s no evidence to support these claims.last_img

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History made every minute

first_imgWASHINGTON – I remember visiting Washington for the first time as a little girl, staring in awe at the towering white monuments and walking until my feet could fall off, only to rest with my family under the idyllic cherry blossoms near the Potomac. I returned to Washington, D.C. this weekend not as a tourist but as a student journalist, reporting on the 57th presidential inauguration for The Observer with Multimedia Editor Sarah O’Connor. If you missed the ceremonies, follow my play-by-play below: 7:07 a.m. The first snooze on my alarm goes off, and we drag ourselves out of bed to get ready for the day. I’m not a morning person, but today, adrenaline and coffee are flowing to wake me up. 8:05 a.m. Sarah and I leave our hotel at L’Enfant Plaza and split up when we get to the National Mall. My ticket is in the red section, hers in the orange. 8:37 a.m. As I’m snaking through the impossible security lines, I see a little girl, tied to her mom with a leash, who is jumping up and down. She’s saying, “I’m going to see Obama!” 9:49 a.m. After bonding hardcore with all the other people in my security line (seriously, they’ll all be invited to my wedding someday), I’m finally through the metal detectors and security line. 10:15 a.m. I’ve made it to my seat in Section 16 of the red ticketed area, with a good view of one big screen and a distant view of the Capitol stairs. Just behind me, a protestor has climbed a tree and is screaming anti-Obama messages out of reach of inauguration security. 10:38 a.m. The entire United States Congress, first the House of Representatives and then the Senate, has been seated. They must buy those black full-length wool coats in bulk and pass them out in the Capitol Building. 10:45 a.m. The military band plays “Yankee Doodle Dandy.” I remember all the words. 10:55 a.m. Former President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton appear on the screen as they walk through the Capitol and onto the steps. “It’ll be you next time, girl,” the woman behind me yells for Hillary. Former President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalyn are also present. 11:00 a.m. Cell service is actually worse than at a Notre Dame football Saturday. 11:12 a.m. My toes are really, really cold. I teach the woman next to me, who is from Florida, how to use the hand warmers she has bought from a street vendor. 11:17 a.m. First Lady Michelle Obama steps out in front of the Capitol. She’s grinning from ear to ear, and her coat is designed by Thom Browne, a 1988 Notre Dame graduate. 11:19 a.m. Vice President Joe Biden, along with other Congressional leaders, join the stage in front of the Capitol. The military band plays “Hail Columbia.” 11:23 a.m. Obama is announced and steps onto the stage to huge cheers from the crowd, which is chanting “Obama! Obama!” For someone as cold as I am in the crowd, “Hail to the Chief” suddenly becomes a great tune for a little warm-up dance. 11:24 a.m. I have lost all the feeling in my toes. 11:25 a.m. Sen. Charles Schumer, the master of ceremonies, begins the 57thpresidential inauguration ceremonies. He introduces the theme of this year’s ceremonies, which is “Faith in America’s Future.” When he invites the crowd to sit down, everyone in the standing sections laughs. 11:31 a.m. Historic civil rights activist Myrlie Evers-Williams delivers the invocation. “As we sing the words of belief, ‘This is My Country,’ let us act upon the meaning that everyone is included,” she said. “May the inherent dignity and inalienable rights of every woman, man, boy and girl be honored. May all your people, especially the least of these, flourish in our blessed nation.” 11:38 a.m. The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir performs “The Battle Hymn of the Republic.” I’m jealous of their coats, which seem incredibly warm, and their musical talent. 11:43 a.m. Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander from Tennessee praises the American transition of peaceful transition of power, saying “There is no mob, no coup, no insurrection. This is a moment when millions stop and watch.” 11:45 a.m. Biden swears his oath of office, administered by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. By constitutional requirement, the vice president and president actually swore this oath on Sunday (Jan. 20) – but because that date fell on a Sunday this year, the public ceremonies transpired the next day. 11:46 a.m. Singer James Taylor sings “America the Beautiful.” 11:50 a.m. Obama swears his oath of office, administered by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts Jr.: “I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.” The crowd erupts in cheers, and two security officers near my section fist bump. 11:52 a.m. Obama begins his inaugural address. “My fellow Americans, we are made for this moment and we will seize it, so long as we seize it together,” he said. 12:13 p.m. Singer Kelly Clarkson sings “My Country, Tis of Thee.” When she finishes, Schumer says, “Wow.” 12:14 p.m. Inaugural poet Richard Blanco read his poem composed for the occasion, titled “One Today.” 12:23 p.m. Rev. Luis Leon delivers the benediction: “We pray for your blessing because without it, we will only see what the eye can see. But with the blessing of your blessing we will see that we are created in your image, whether brown, black or white, male or female, first generation or immigrant American, or daughter of the American Revolution, gay or straight, rich or poor.” 12:25 p.m. Schumer concludes the inaugural ceremonies. Singer Beyoncé performs the National Anthem, belting the last lines to cheers and flag waving from the crowd. After she hits the last note, the ceremonies are over – President Barack Obama leaves the Capitol steps, ready to officially begin his second term in office.last_img read more

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Mexico Detains Leader of La Familia Cartel

first_imgBy Dialogo June 23, 2011 José de Jesús “el Chango” Méndez, a leader of the bloodthirsty Mexican cartel “La Familia” [“The Family”] and wanted by the United States, was arrested on 21 June in an operation by the Federal Police in the central state of Aguascalientes, in the second major blow to this organization in the last few months. Méndez is one of the founders of the cartel, which is a major producer of methamphetamines destined for the United States and has been weakened and divided following the death in December of another leader, Nazario “el Chayo” Moreno. “With this arrest, what was left of that command structure of that criminal organization has been destroyed,” government security spokesperson Alejandro Poiré said in a statement to the communications media. Thirty-eight-year-old Méndez, was a member of the Gulf cartel years ago and is charged in the United States with introducing large quantities of synthetic drugs, as well as cocaine and marijuana. Mexican authorities were offering a reward of 30 million pesos (US$ 2.54 million) for Méndez, and they believe him responsible for attacks on authorities, kidnappings, and extortion. Following Méndez’s arrest and “El Cheyo” Moreno’s death in December 2010, the other significant leader who remains at large is Servando “la Tuta” Gómez, who has made unprecedented interventions in the communications media, on one occasion to ask for an agreement with the government and subsequently to call the cartel to arms after Moreno’s death. Calderón launched the first operations of his anti-drug campaign in Michoacán, shortly after taking office in December 2006. Since then, more than 40,000 people have died throughout the country as a consequence of clashes among the cartels and between the cartels and security forces.last_img read more

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Bill would regulate paralegals

first_img April 1, 2005 Senior Editor Regular News Bill would regulate paralegals Provides disbarred attorneys can’t be paralegals either Gary Blankenship Senior EditorA bill to set up a state board to regulate paralegals has been filed by Sen. Nancy Argenziano, R-Crystal River.SB 2054, filed early in March, would also define paralegals mostly as those working for lawyers or government offices and make it a felony to violate the law.Argenziano said she’s concerned with people who call themselves paralegals, who don’t work under attorney supervision and who are opening up clinics in Florida, including at shopping malls.“What it does is professionalizes the profession,” she said. “It puts in some protections for the consumer.”It also clarifies that only those working in the traditional paralegal setting can call themselves paralegals, and that paralegals and the unsupervised clinic operators may not provide legal services. In addition, it provides some regulation of the services that the clinics can legally provide, Argenziano said.The bill, called the Paralegal Profession Act, defines a paralegal as someone “who is employed or retained by a licensed attorney, law office, governmental agency, or other entity, and who performs substantive legal work for which a licensed attorney is responsible that, absent the paralegal, the licensed attorney would perform.”Alternatively, according to the bill, the paralegal is “[a] person who is. . . authorized by local, state, or federal statute, rules of court, or administrative rules to perform substantive legal work without the supervision of a licensed attorney.”The bill provides that a disbarred attorney or a convicted felon may not be a paralegal, and that no one can call himself or herself a paralegal or similar name unless they are regulated by the act or exempted by the paralegal board created by the act.The bill also sets education training standards for paralegals, CLE requirements, and provides for grandfathering of those who are already working as paralegals. Those who would be grandfathered must have a high school diploma, worked full time as a paralegal for five years, have two hours of ethics and professionalism, and apply to the board for a license.The Paralegal Regulation Board would have 15 members. Initially, 10 would be appointed by the Florida Alliance of Paralegal Associations, Inc., for staggered three year terms, and then those 10 would be elected by licensed paralegals. Three members would be paralegal educators appointed by the paralegal members of the board.One would be a public member. The last would be an attorney who is also a member of the Bar’s Standing Committee on the Unlicensed Practice of Law, and appointed by the committee chair.If passed, the law would go into effect October 1, and the members of the board would be appointed 60 days before that date. The board is authorized to prepare a budget for paralegal regulation, and also authorize reciprocity with other states.The bill also makes practicing without being licensed a third degree felony, the same punishment the legislature approved last year when it toughened the penalties for the unlicensed practice of law.The bill would also amend F.S. § 57.104 and F.S. § 744.108 on awarding attorneys fees, to provide that the sections referring to legal assistants will now be paralegals as defined in the proposed new law.As this News went to press, the bill had not been scheduled for a hearing. A similar bill, HB 1519, was filed by Rep. Juan Zapata, R-Miami, but has yet to be scheduled at any committees. Bill would regulate paralegalslast_img read more

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Manchester scheme set to banish white elephant tag

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Governor Wolf Announces New Jobs with Expansion of Core-Mark Holding International in Luzerne County

first_imgGovernor Wolf Announces New Jobs with Expansion of Core-Mark Holding International in Luzerne County Jobs That Pay,  Press Release Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf announced today that Core-Mark Holding International, Inc., a distributor of packaged consumables, will expand operations in Hanover Township, Luzerne County, and will create 25 new jobs.“As a well-established company with a solid track record of success, I am thrilled that Core-Mark has made the decision make such a significant long-term commitment to Pennsylvania,” Governor Wolf said. “The region’s dedicated workforce and prime location, along the Interstate 80 and 81 corridors, are among the key attributes of the commonwealth that will contribute to the company’s success in Pennsylvania.”Core-Mark will expand its footprint in the commonwealth by leasing a 155,000-square-foot site at 213 Great Valley Blvd., Hanover Township, to accommodate the company’s growth. Core-Mark will invest $12 million in the project, which includes infrastructure improvements and the installation of a commercial refrigeration unit. The company has committed to creating 25 new, full-time jobs over the next three years and to retaining 381 existing positions. Construction at the site has commenced, and the company will begin hiring new employees during the first quarter of 2017. Additionally, the company will also maintain its current operations in Wilkes-Barre.“We are excited to expand our operations in Hanover Township and provide new jobs to a community that has historically shared our values and work ethics,” said Bill Stein, Core-Mark senior vice president. “This expansion will allow us to better serve our existing customers and support our continued market expansion.”Core-Mark received a funding proposal from the Department of Community and Economic Development that includes $50,000 in Job Creation Tax Credits to be distributed upon creation of the new jobs and $11,250 in WEDnetPA funding for employee training.The project was coordinated by the Governor’s Action Team, an experienced group of economic development professionals who report directly to the governor and work with businesses that are considering locating or expanding in Pennsylvania, in collaboration with the Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber of Commerce.“We are thrilled to see Core-Mark reinvest and expand operations in Northeastern Pennsylvania,” said Joseph Boylan, vice president of economic development, Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber of Commerce. “This announcement represents yet another example of the positive economic impact that our local and state entities can have when working together for the greater good of the region. Congratulations and thank you to Core-Mark for making Northeastern Pennsylvania such a great place to live, work, and play.”Core-Mark is one of the largest distributors of fresh, frozen, and chilled merchandise mainly to convenience stores in North America. Founded in 1888, Core-Mark provides a full range of products, marketing programs, and technology solutions to over 45,000 customers in the United States and Canada through 30 distribution centers.Last year, DCED approved nearly $1.1 billion in low-interest loans, tax credits, and grants for projects across the commonwealth and secured private sector commitments for the creation and retention of more than 245,000 full-time jobs. In the same timeframe, the Governor’s Action Team completed 77 projects – creating and retaining more than 36,800 jobs.For more information about the Governor’s Action Team or DCED, visit dced.pa.gov.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf January 13, 2017center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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Governor Wolf, PennDOT Secretary Kick Off Route 283 Reconstruction Project, Preview South Central Region Construction

first_img May 04, 2017 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Government That Works,  Infrastructure,  Press Release,  Results,  Transportation Harrisburg, PA –  Governor Tom Wolf today marked the start of an $89 million reconstruction project on a six-mile portion of Route 283 in Dauphin County, the largest slated to begin in the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s eight-county, south central region’s $533 million construction season.“A safe, efficient transportation system is a necessity to have thriving commerce and travel in Pennsylvania,” Governor Wolf said. “From improving rural roads to reconstructing heavily traveled highways, we’re investing heavily in communities’ quality of life.”In the PennDOT Engineering District 8 region spanning Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry and York counties, PennDOT anticipates repairing and resurfacing 547 miles of highways and fixing or replacing 154 bridges this year.“This is PennDOT’s biggest project to get underway this year in south central Pennsylvania and it’s going to make a big difference for the thousands of motorists who travel in this area,” PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards said. “This significant project is just one part of a much bigger construction program to improve highway transportation in the mid-state.”The Route 283 project in Dauphin County includes the total reconstruction of the existing highway between Eisenhower Boulevard in Lower Swatara Township and Route 341 in Londonderry Township. In addition to the highway reconstruction, the project also includes the rehabilitation of 11 bridges – eight mainline bridges on Route 283 and three overhead bridges. The emphasis in 2017 will be preparation work on Route 283 and the rehabilitation of the three overhead bridges – the Newberry Road, Union Street and Vine Street bridges over Route 283.PennDOT has contracted with Hempt Bros., Inc. of Camp Hill, Pa., for this $89,464,909 reconstruction project. The contractor has been surveying the project and will complete other preparation activities in the coming weeks. Night work is scheduled to begin in June with milling and paving the shoulders along Route 283 in preparation for next year. In mid-June, the contractor will begin paving crossovers in the median, also in preparation for next year. Rehabilitation work on the Newberry Road bridge over Route 283 is scheduled to start in mid-June and rehabilitation of the Union Street and Vine Street bridge should begin in early July.Also, as part of the project, in 2019 a new traffic pattern will be established in the interchange between Route 283 and Interstate 283, in front of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. A new traffic signal will be installed at the west end of the bridge that carries Route 283 over the I-283 connection with the Pennsylvania Turnpike and a new ramp will be built from the location of the traffic signal to the entrance of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. After the new traffic signal and new ramp are completed, the existing loop ramp in the interchange from westbound Route 283 to southbound I-283 will be removed. This will help improve safety by eliminating the current crisscrossing of traffic between motorists on southbound I-283 headed to eastbound Route 283 toward Lancaster and those motorists entering southbound I-283 toward the turnpike from the ramp from westbound Route 283.The overall project will finish in late 2020. An average of nearly 56,000 vehicles use this portion of Route 283 daily.Also at the event, Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission CEO Mark Compton explained that the area is being further improved with work the commission is completing this week.“On Tuesday, we began making needed improvements to three on/off ramps at the cloverleaf interchange linking PA 283 to I-283,” Compton said. “Tonight, we will complete the third and final mill-and-pave project to put a fresh, two-inch layer of pavement on these well-used ramps and make them smoother for customers as the bigger PennDOT project is underway.”Compton said the Turnpike’s contractor will close the ramp carrying northbound I-283 traffic from the Harrisburg East Toll Plaza to Eisenhower Boulevard starting at 7:00 PM. tonight through 6:00 AM on May 5. On May 2, crews repaved the ramp carrying Eisenhower Boulevard traffic onto I-283 South to the Harrisburg East Toll Plaza. On May 3, crews repaved the ramp carrying westbound State Route 283 traffic onto I-283 South to the Harrisburg East Toll Plaza.In the rest of the mid-state, several major construction projects are underway:the $34.2-million project to replace three bridges over Interstate 83 in preparation late next year for a project to rebuild and widen I-83 between the Eisenhower Interchange and Interstate 81;the $13.6-million widening of I-81 with ramp extensions between I-83 (Exit 70) and Mountain Road (Exit 72) in Dauphin County;the $19.5-million widening of I-81 with ramp extensions between Route 114 (Exit 57) and Route 581 (Exit 59) in Cumberland County; andthe $58.3-million realignment and reconstruction of I-83 at the Exit 18 interchange with Mount Rose Avenue in York County.The public can view maps detailing the year’s current plans in each of the region’s eight counties at www.penndot.gov under “Regional Offices” on the district’s construction projects page: Adams County; Cumberland County; Dauphin County; Franklin County; Lancaster County; Lebanon County; Perry County; and York County.For more information on projects occurring or being bid this year, those made possible by or accelerated by the state transportation funding plan (Act 89), or those on the department’s Four and Twelve Year Plans, visit www.projects.penndot.gov.Motorists can check conditions on more than 40,000 roadway miles by visiting www.511PA.com. 511PA, which is free and available 24 hours a day, provides traffic delay warnings, weather forecasts, traffic speed information and access to more than 825 traffic cameras.511PA is also available through a smartphone application for iPhone and Android devices, by calling 5-1-1, or by following regional Twitter alerts accessible on the 511PA website.For more PennDOT information, visit www.penndot.gov. Follow local PennDOT information on Twitter at www.twitter.com/511PAHarrisburg.center_img Governor Wolf, PennDOT Secretary Kick Off Route 283 Reconstruction Project, Preview South Central Region Constructionlast_img read more

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Clementine Toure prepares team for upcoming FIFA women’s world cup

first_imgGhana’s Football Team The Black Stars Out Of The World Cup Related FIFA Women’s world cup 2015 Algerian World Cup Fan When Africa’s representatives to the women’s world cup begin their campaign in Canada next month, Cote d’Ivoire will stand out. But not for it’s star studded line-up, rather because of their coach, Clementine Toure, who is the only female head coach. But for Toure its not just about gender, she is looking to finally grab a second chance at leading a team at the world stage four years after refusing such an offer. CCTV’s Celestine Karoney reportslast_img

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LIAT to be hit by protest action starting Thursday

first_img Share 526 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring! ST JOHN’S, Antigua, May 23 2017 (Caribbean News Service) – The Leeward Islands Airline Pilots Association (LIALPA) has placed its members on notice that pilots will embark on protest action starting Thursday.“In the event that LIAT fails to pay pilot salaries by mid-night of May 24, 2017, the Executive Council will be executing a mandate received from the floor by directing protest action by all permanent pilots or full members of LIALPA,” Chairman Captain Carl Burke said in a memo issued to pilots today.“This action would take the form of a sit-in at various airports and possible picketing on Thursday, May 25, 2017. Please note that this protest action may run over a 3-4 day period. Please be prepared for this,” the memo, a copy of which has been obtained by Caribbean News Service continued.“All pilots are to report to work as normal, DO sign in to work, do not sign off on any flight documents, do not board any LIAT aircraft and take flight. You are to remain out of view from the travelling public until further instructed by a LIALPA Executive Council Member,” the Burke said in the momo.He said the association would arrange refreshments and would be seeking to provide pilots with a comfortable resting area.“These designated rest areas would be indicated to you in a subsequent email. Please note that these directives are not issued to pilots still on probation, who are not full members of LIALPA. Pilots on probation are to ignore these instructions and are encouraged to go to work as normal. Do not engage anyone in discussion of the action being taken by LIALPA.”Only yesterday LIALPA issued a statement in which it said its relationship with LIAT’s management is currently strained and has deteriorated to an all-time low. Tweetcenter_img BusinessLifestyleNewsRegionalTravel LIAT to be hit by protest action starting Thursday by: – May 24, 2017 Share Sharelast_img read more

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Galvez apologizes for poor coordination with LGUs

first_imgSec. Carlito Galvez Jr. Galvez visited this city yesterday morning and conferred with local government officials and Western Visayas’ task force on COVID-19 at Casa Real de Iloilo. According to Iloilo’s Gov. Arthur Defensor Jr., local government units (LGUs) could have given repatriated workers a better welcome and accommodation had the national government agencies that facilitated “sweeper flights” of Ilonggo overseas workers coordinated well with local authorities. Galvez said he also created a subtask group to focus on the return of stranded OFWs to their respective provinces. This, according to Galvez, ensures that the repatriates would indeed be tested for COVID-19 and that the laboratories of the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine and Philippine Red Cross in Metro Manila won’t be overwhelmed. He also apologized that some repatriated overseas workers turned out positive for COVID-19. “Talagang pasensya na po. ‘Yung coordination hindi po natin nabigyan…Ako humihingi ng paumanhin,” said Galvez. ILOILO City – The chief implementer of the National Action Plan on coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr., apologized to local chief executives of Region 6 for not coordinating with them properly in the return last week of hundreds of overseas workers stranded in Metro Manila. Then Galvez inspected The Medical City in Molo district here, Western Visayas Medical Center in Mandurriao district, QualiMed also in Mandurriao; West Visayas State University Medical Center in Jaro district; and Metro Iloilo Hospital & Medical Center also in Jaro./PN “My fault na talagang nagkaroon…overwhelming ‘yung OFWs. Tumatanggap po kami ng 20,000 repatriates a week. Na-overwhelm kami,” said Galvez. “Ang 200 test kits ay makapag-test ng 10,000 ka tao,” said Galvez. The subtask group is led by Transportation secretary Arthur Tugade and Labor secretary Silvestre Bello III.  After conferring with Region 6 leaders yesterday, Galvez turned over 2,000 personal protective equipment and 200 test kits to the Department of Health Region 6. These would be distributed to various LGUs and government hospitals. He acknowledged that there was no thorough checking of the stranded overseas workers being flown or shipped to the provinces if they were indeed tested in Metro Manila and negative for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Mayor Rosario Mediatrix Fernandez of San Enrique, Iloilo and also the president of the League of Municipalities of the Philippines – Iloilo Chapter, echoed Defensor’s sentiments. LGUs should have been informed in advance so they could prepare well and keep everyone in their areas safe, she stressed. The LGUs were clueless as to the number of returning overseas workers in sweeper flights. There was no breakdown given by the central offices of the Department of Interior and Local Government and Overseas Workers Welfare Administration which mainly facilitated the sweeper flights. Galvez, however, assured Region 6 officials this won’t happen again. For one, the national government has now limited the number of OFWs returning to the country – only around a thousand each day. Since March, 43,000 OFWs have returned to the country, said Galvez, and of these, 1,200 tested positive for COVID-19. He said President Rodrigo Duterte issued the order on the night of May 24, Sunday, and the following morning concerned national government agencies started processing the return of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) struck in Metro Manila due to the community quarantine. He also pledged an additional 2,500 rapid test kits per province in Region 6 for use on returning overseas workers and locally stranded individuals. In Western Visayas, out of its 115 confirmed COVID-19 cases, 36 were overseas workers (Aklan, two; Antique, four; Guimaras, three; Iloilo province, five; Negros Occidental, seven; Bacolod City, four; and Iloilo City, 11).last_img read more

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