CDC quietly changes advice on malaria drug as Trump pushes it as a coronavirus cure
The dosing recommendations drew criticisim as they were based off anecdotal reports from doctors
US Chamber of Commerce backs AOC primary challenger
Ex-CNBC anchor raises $1m
Complaint against Koko Pimentel likely to be heard mid-May -- official
The Department of Justice will likely start hearing the criminal complaint filed against Senator Aquilino Pimentel III over his alleged quarantine...
China seeks to contain 'silent carriers' of coronavirus
China released new measures on Wednesday to try and prevent asymptomatic "silent carriers" of coronavirus from causing a second wave of infections,...
'Voter suppression? Actually, murder': Fury as Wisconsin voters forced to risk coronavirus at polling stations
'Forcing people to choose between their health and their right to vote is an appalling act of voter suppression'
Republican in mask, gloves and gown ridiculed for urging Wisconsin voters to risk coronavirus at polling stations
'You are incredibly safe to go out'
BI to continue 'scaled down' deployment following extension of Luzon quarantine
Offices of the Bureau of Immigration (BI) will continue its "significantly" scaled down operations in compliance with the extension of the...
Will Luzon-wide quarantine end on April 30? IATF can't say
Government policymakers will have to make a daily assessment of the COVID-19 situation in the country before making a decision whether to lift the...
'These aren't just numbers, they are lives': How black Americans are dying from coronavirus – and institutional racism is blocking testing
Report says African Americans account for 70 per cent of Covid-19 deaths in Chicago
Coronavirus: Man fatally shoots himself and his girlfriend after wrongly suspecting she had Covid-19
Both tested negative for the virus
Mother in Biñan who recovered COVID-19 thanks local frontliners in an emotional video message
In an emotional video, Biñan's Patient 2 expressed her gratitude to the medical frontliners who nursed her back into health.
NBI sends subpoena to 17 social media users suspected of spreading fake news linked to COVID-19
The National Bureau of Investigation has sent out subpoenas to 17 suspected spreaders of fake news online related to the coronavirus disease 2019...