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‘Tao lang po’: Contact tracing czar Magalong admits lapses in party he attended with wife
MANILA, Philippines — Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong, who concurrently also sits as the country’s contact tracing czar, on Wednesday admitted that there were lapses in the observance of health protocols in a party organized by eventologist and social media personality Tim Yap, which he attended with his wife recently.
The party, held at The Manor at Camp John Hay, was attended by several guests who appeared to have disobeyed health protocols like physical distancing and wearing masks, as seen on videos shared in social media.
By: Krissy Aguilar – Reporter /INQUIRER.net
Senate bill seeks annual psychiatric, drug tests for cops
MANILA, Philippines — Police officers would be required to undergo annual psychiatric, psychological, drug and physical tests once a measure filed by Senator Imee Marcos becomes a law.
The amended Republic Act No. 6975 or the “Department of the Interior and Local Government Act” already requires the conduct of regular psychiatric, psychological, drug and physical tests of our police officers.
By: Maila Ager – Reporter / INQUIRER.net
- Magalong, we don’t need your sorry… as part of the Police and Military, your safe against penalties.. you’re a BLESSED ONE like others. Kami ang “TAE’ lang po.
- Why can’t PMA’ers apply the soldiers sense of democratic morality.
- Pinoys are suffering from hunger, death, lost of freedom, and more under a dictatorial rule. BECAUSE your part of the system, you enjoy the previledge