On Virtual Mass

Since the lockdown was enforced most churches were closed as part of the measures to avoid the spread of the dreaded corona virus or COVID-19. Priests would say mass in private and most of them would have their masses aired through television networks or via live streaming. Personally, I am not against this practice especially during this demonic period in our history. I do believe that this pandemic was not accidentally caused but rather this was hatched by Satanic leaders who are taking pleasure in destroying God’s creation instead of nurturing it and letting it grow.

Gamiton na an mga hotel para sa quarantine

Dapat palan daa sa Lucky Hotel o sa ARDCI Corporate Inn pinadagos an mga treinta y cuatrong na-stranded duman sa Tabaco asin pinabalik sa isla kan sarong semana para sa pitong aldaw na quarantine.

No one charged for ECQ violations

A week after the spate of violations of the “no travel” policy and the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ), the Philippine National Police (PNP) in Catanduanes has yet to file a single criminal complaint against the alleged violators despite their reported serious intent to do so.

Time to adjust tactics, with the virus now in our midst

As bad news travels fast on social media, the Provincial COVID-19 Task Force surely hopes that the reality of the coronavirus in our midst would make Catandunganons think twice about going out and mixing with other members of the public.

THE COVID19 PUBLIC HEALTH AND ECONOMIC CRISES DILEMMA

But as there are no economic activities, what is to tax? It can of course borrow from the public through a bond flotation for example, or from Bangko Sentral and/or IFIs. It can also simply resort to expansionary monetary policy, i.e. print more money at risk of inflationary effects of such a move. Whatever government does, it has to somehow try to keep the economic engine running lest it grounds to a full halt.

COVID-19 TESTING ISAGAWA SA BAWAT PAMILYA

Miyembro ng Valenzuela City Epidemiology Unit gumawa ng bahay-bahay na covid-19 testing. Ito marahil ang pinakatamang dapat ginagawa ng mga taga-DOH para malaman kung sinu-sino at kung ilan sa bawat pamilya ang may tama.

Holy Week on Lockdown Status

The Holy Week celebration this year is so different from all the celebrations we had in the past years. Churches are closed due to the lock down status in our country because of this Covid-19 pandemic. As a result, celebrations were done on private by priests with some ministers only and people can only watch inside their homes via live streaming or through some TV networks airing the Holy Week celebrations in some churches in the mainland.

Haen an price freeze?

Duwang semana na sana, matapos na an quarantine, kung dae na magbago an isip kan gobyerno ni Pay Digong. An desisyon madepende sa pagheling kan DOH kung an mga kaso nin COVID-19 sa Luzon gahababa na lamang o gahalangkaw pa.

CSU Pres. Morales likely to serve out her term of office

The president of the Catanduanes State University, Dr. Minerva I. Morales, marked her 65th birthday on Good Friday, April 10, 2020, in the midst of her second term of office. Weeks before the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) went into effect, there was already speculation that the CSU president would retire from the post before this month. This reportedly prompted one presumptive candidate to begin counting her votes among the members of the Board of Regents.

Silence and darkness in the war against COVID-19

Take some time to read the following excerpt from an opinion piece in a recent issue of the Daily Mirror, a national daily tabloid in the United Kingdom: “Without journalism, coronavirus would kill more people. Take a moment to think about what the world would be without us.” For a government to order its constituents to stay at home, it needed the media to communicate to the nation the seriousness of the message.