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Late actor  was positive for Covid-19, says wife

VETERAN film and theater actor Menggie Cobarrubias who passed away on March 26 from complications of pneumonia in a Muntinlupa City hospital was positive for the coronavirus disease (Covid-19). The 68-year-old actor and his family were awaiting his test results when he died. Based on an exclusive ABS-CBN News phone interview with Cobarrubias’ wife Gina on […].....»»

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China reports 1,300 asymptomatic virus cases after public concern

BEIJING, China – China on Wednesday, April 1, said it has more than 1,300 asymptomatic coronavirus cases, the first time it has released such data following public concern over people who have tested positive but are not showing symptoms. Health officials also reported the first imported case from abroad in Wuhan ........»»

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Use of PICC, sports complexes for quarantine OK’d

The Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases has approved the conversion of military hospitals, sports complexes and other state-owned buildings into makeshift quarantine facilities for persons under investigation with mild symptoms or no symptoms at all......»»

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Under amended protocol, health workers with symptoms will be tested for COVID-19

Under the revised protocol, healthcare workers who exhibit even mild symptoms can now be tested for possible COVID-19 infection......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsMar 31st, 2020Related News

DILG Secretary Año tests positive for COVID-19

"I make this announcement to call the attention of all persons I had close contact with to go on self-quarantine and observe any symptoms, in accordance with DOH guidelines.".....»»

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Frontliners with symptoms to get COVID-19 tests

Frontliners with symptoms to get COVID-19 tests.....»»

Source: Cnnphilippines CnnphilippinesCategory: NewsMar 31st, 2020Related News

PGH to accept only Covid-19 positive patients — spokesman

THE Philippine General Hospital (PGH) on Tuesday announced it would no longer accept persons under investigation (PUI) and patients with mild symptoms of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) as it officially opened as a referral center for patients with the virus. Dr. Jonas Del Rosario, PGH spokesman, said that the government hospital would only prioritize Covid-19 […].....»»

Source: Manilatimes_net Manilatimes_netCategory: NewsMar 31st, 2020Related News

Getting better

  BY RAMPADOR ALINDOG   *   IZA Calzado is reportedly in good spirits despite having tested positive for the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The actress was hospitalized following a bout with pneumonia. Her COVID-19 test result came out Saturday. According to her manager, Noel Ferrer, the actress was lucid and calm when he spoke […].....»»

Source: Tempo TempoCategory: NewsMar 31st, 2020Related News

Nagluluksa

  BY RUEL MENDOZA   *   NAGDADALAMHATI ang Philippine fashion industry sa pagpanaw ng veteran designer na si Ito Curata dahil sa sakit na pneumonia na dulot diumano ng COVID-19. Ayon sa report, one week nakaconfine ang 60-year old Pinoy designer sa ICU ng Asian Hospital and Medical Center bago ito binawian ng buhay […].....»»

Source: Tempo TempoCategory: NewsMar 30th, 2020Related News

Paalam

    PAKIKIRAMAY po sa mga naulila ng beteranong aktor na si Menggie Cobarrubias. Ang unang diagnosis kay Tito Menggie ay viral pneumonia. Ito ay dahil hanggang sa pu­manaw siya ay hinihintay pa ng pamilya ang test result niya for COVID-19. Nais lang naming i-share ang huling chat niya sa amin via Messenger noong Mar. […].....»»

Source: Tempo TempoCategory: NewsMar 30th, 2020Related News

Sam, may paglilinaw — I’m healthy with no symptoms

HINDI inaasahang magiging positibo sa Covid-19 si Iza Calzado kaya humihingi ng panalangin ang aktres at pamilya kasama na ang manager niyang si Noel Ferrer. At dahil magkasama sina Iza at Sam Milby sa taping ng upcoming teleserye na Ang Iyo ay Akin handog ng JRB Creative Productions ay pinag-uusapan sa iba’t ibang chat group na pati ang aktor ay mayroon na rin lalo’t ........»»

Source: Hatawtabloid HatawtabloidCategory: MoviesMar 29th, 2020Related News

Iza, nakaka-recover na; Lovi, pinuri ang kaibigan

POSITIVE sa COVID-19 si Iza Calzado ayon sa manager niyang si Noel Ferrer. Saad ni Noel sa statement kahit positibo sa virus ang artist, “She is recovering well as she was aggressively treated for pneumonia and the virus. She can actually breath now without any oxygen assistance.” Wala namang symptoms ang asawa ni Iza na si Ben Wintle at ibang taong ........»»

Source: Hatawtabloid HatawtabloidCategory: MoviesMar 29th, 2020Related News

Gatchalian urges LGUS to set up isolation facilities

SEN. Sherwin Gatchalian has urged all local government units (LGUs) to set up makeshift hospitals where patients with mild symptoms of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) can be isolated to contain the spread of the pandemic. The senator said that schools, dormitories and hotels can be utilized as isolation areas. Gatchalian proposed that these temporary facilities […].....»»

Source: Manilatimes_net Manilatimes_netCategory: NewsMar 29th, 2020Related News

Davao City opens three centers for PUIs with mild symptoms

DAVAO CITY (MindaNews / 29 March) – The city government has opened three centers where persons under investigation (PUIs) for the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) can go to for isolation. The three centers – the Malagos Rehabilitation Center, La Vida Hotel and the Alternative Learning School (ALS) beside People’s Park – have passed the final […].....»»

Source: Mindanews MindanewsCategory: NewsMar 29th, 2020Related News

Runners still finding release on the road during coronavirus

By JOHN ZENOR AP Sports Writer Henry Ton was looking for a way to help himself and neighbors stay fit and active after his gym closed because of the coronavirus pandemic. The 46-year-old software engineer in suburban Phoenix organized a small running group he jokingly calls his “Social Distance Distance Running Club.” Runners across the country are still hitting the pavement and the trails, singly and in small groups. It’s a way to get in their workouts, reduce the sense of isolation and work off some stress with gyms closed amid the coronavirus. “Everybody's probably like me, just sitting around in my house eating all day,” Ton quipped. “This is a way to get out, get some fresh air, sweat a little.” For some, running also provides a social outlet in a time when officials are encouraging social distancing and limiting the size of gatherings to 10 or fewer. Many have given up that aspect of it too, yielding to the safety of solo runs. Elite distance runner Kaitlin Gregg Goodman is among those urging people to run alone. Goodman posted on Twitter: “QUIT RUNNING IN GROUPS." For most people, the coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough that clear up in two to three weeks. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia and death. Sports cardiologist Benjamin Levine said continuing to run has physical and psychological benefits. But he also suggests those running with others should likely double the recommended six feet of social distancing because of the increase in the amount of air they’re breathing in and out. “I think it’s preserving both your physical and your mental health,” said Levine, who is a professor of medicine at UT Southwestern and Texas Health Presbyterian in Dallas. “I think it’s critical. But that’s not just psychological. That’s biological. I think exercise is one of the few things we can do that has a very, very clear and manifest positive mental health benefit.” But Levine, the director of the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine, said people need to observe guidelines. “It’s not the time to be running hand in hand,” he said. In Montgomery, Alabama, Marsha Trotter and members of her running group still gather four mornings a week for runs. They split up into smaller groups for different workouts, as usual, but are more conscious of keeping their distance. They spread out for post-run photos to post on their Facebook page instead of standing side by side. “It’s a normalcy,” said Trotter, a 45-year-old registered nurse. “Obviously people are not going to come out if they’re running a fever or have a cough or feel sick. That’s normal all year round anyway. But I think runners are crazy enough anyway so that nothing really scares them, so they’re going to come out and run and then go home.” Runners keep lacing up and heading out even while most races are canceled or postponed, including the Boston Marathon. Gail Nestor, a 52-year-old from Johns Creek, Georgia, had qualified for Boston, which has been postponed until Sept. 14. Nestor has kept logging about 75 miles a week, first enjoying the social aspect and “running just for running’s sake.” She said it helps her cope and she has more time these days, too. “We joke about how we’re helping our immune system," Nestor said. “We’re like, We need a support group, Runners Without Races.” The rapidly changing dynamics of this pandemic have changed the running habits of Nestor, who has finished Boston twice among her 19 marathons. Nestor originally was still running with one or two other people, though they tried their best to stay at least 6 feet away from one another at all times. She noted Wednesday that she’s now running on her own to protect herself from the virus as much as possible. Like Nestor, other runners have opted to mostly go solo. Aidan Walsh, founder of Racefaster in New Jersey, advises his runners to run alone these days. The 39-year-old former Fairleigh Dickinson runner said many are logging more miles with their social and perhaps professional lives restricted to varying degrees. “I would venture to say they’re doing more than they ever did simply because they have less going on in their lives and also there’s really nothing else to do," said Walsh, who started the retail stores and serves as a running coach and race director. “They can’t go to work, they can’t go to the gym. They can’t go swimming." But people can run — even in virtual races. For those Harry Potter enthusiasts, there's this: A virtual running group that's "changing the muggle world — one mile at a time." The Potterhead Running Club is the brainchild of Brian Biggs, a big Harry Potter fan who caught the running bug six years ago. He started the club with participants completing a distance that’s chosen along with an individualized theme. They can walk, bike, swim and lift weights to complete their goals. “Everyone is welcome in our community, and every skill level can do a virtual run. Because you don't have to actually run," said Biggs, an reserve officer in the U.S. Air Force. He is currently assigned as an emergency preparedness officer for the state of Vermont and lives in Connecticut. “You can walk, you can bike, you can swim. You can sashay or meander. We like to say, 'It's your race, your pace at your place.'” So far, the Harry Potter group has logged more than 12 million miles and earned more than $2,200,000 for nonprofit charities around the world. Another Georgia runner, Susan Camp, founded the Decatur branch of Moms Run This Town. Camp said her group generally had 12-15 runners for their Saturday morning outings. When the coronavirus threat first hit, they discussed doing group runs with staggered starts. That changed as the virus spread. By Monday, her chapter decided not to organize any group runs during this period of social distancing. “I had some women chime in and thank us for making that call because it was making them nervous, seeing people organizing group runs and asking for people to run with them,” the 40-year-old Camp said. Camp acknowledged that she would miss the connection, friendship and support that often comes from running with others. One member established a Facebook page that gave them a place on social media to discuss the running and wellness goals they otherwise might have shared during their group runs. “We just get so much out of running together,” Camp said. “You can ask anybody, it’s for our mental health.” ___ AP Sports Writers Steve Megargee in Milwaukee, David Brandt in Phoenix and Pat Graham in Denver contributed to this report.  .....»»

Source: Abscbn AbscbnCategory: SportsMar 29th, 2020Related News

Cebuano actor remembers veteran actor Menggie Cobarrubias

Cebu City, Philippines — “He was one of the best actors.”  This was how Cebuano actor Andreo Javier described the late actor Domingo “Menggie” Cobarrubias who succumbed to pneumonia last Thursday, March 26, 2029. Read more: Actor Mengie Cobarrubias passes away Both stars worked together in the 2016 film “Ang Hapis at Himagsik ni Hermano […] The post Cebuano actor remembers veteran actor Menggie Cobarrubias appeared first on Cebu Daily News......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsMar 29th, 2020Related News

Knicks owner James Dolan says he has coronavirus

James Dolan, also the executive chairman of the Madison Square Garden Company, is currently in self-isolation and is experiencing little to no symptoms......»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsMar 29th, 2020Related News

Sam Milby walang COVID-19: I’m healthy with no symptoms

“I’M healthy with no symptoms!” Ito ang ibinalita ng hunk actor na si Sam Milby matapos kumalat ang fake news na meron daw siyang COVID-19. Nagsimulang maghinala ang mga netizens na posibleng tinamaan din ng virus si Sam matapos mag-positibo si Iza Calzado base na rin sa inilabas na official statement ng kanyang talent manager […] The post Sam Milby walang COVID-19: I’m healthy with no symptoms appeared first on Bandera......»»

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Gina Alajar sa kumalat na fake news: Negative ang COVID test ko, wala akong pneumonia!

FAKE news! Yan ang paglilinaw ng Kapuso actress-director na si Gina Alajar sa lumabas na balita sa isang dyaryo na itinuturing siyang Person Under Investigation (PUI) ngayon matapos umamong mahawa sa COVID-19.  Sa pamamagitan ng Facebook, nilinaw ng veteran actress ang balita at ipinost pa ang resulta ng kanyang COVID-19 test mula sa Research Institute for Tropical Medicine.  Negative […] The post Gina Alajar sa kumalat na fake news: Negative ang COVID test ko, wala akong pneumonia! appeared first on Bandera......»»

Source: Inquirer InquirerCategory: NewsMar 29th, 2020Related News

Iza Calzado tests positive for COVID-19

“She is recovering well as she was aggressively treated for pneumonia and the virus. She can actually breathe now without any oxygen assistance.".....»»

Source: Philstar PhilstarCategory: NewsMar 28th, 2020Related News