THE platform OnlineDOC, www.onlinedoc.com.ph, is celebrating its first year anniversary this June 2021. NayDarna said that it was like a dream before.
She narrated that OnlineDOC is a telemedicine consultation platform to address the increased demand for medical consultations in the Philippines in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.
OnlineDOC is aimed at giving Filipinos access to medical care without having to leave the comfort of their homes.
Now, true to its mission, it has served thousands of people. This year, the owners of OnlineDOC, Dr. Lyn Sito, popularly known as #NayDaRnA, and Dr. Denish Talavera are opening their services through a courier service to reach out to more Filipinos. They are business partners with TRB Padala.
TRB means Trust, Resilience, Blessing, was established this 2021 and owned by an all-Filipino logistic company to provide opportunities for Filipinos to have a logistic business locally. Further, to generate jobs, especially sa mga ordinary Filipinos, overseas Filipino workers, and small enterpises to help them rise after being stricken by the pandemic. One thing more, the TRB Family values bayanihan as TRB is deeply rooted in the community. It is a social enterprise.
Cabalens, try their services to see the difference. Their branches have strategic locations: Apalit branch is located at 409 Purok 3, Sampaloc Apalit Pampanga -In front of La Verdad College. Lubao branch is located at MNC Bldg. Stall #9 Sto. Tomas, Lubao, Pampanga. And since it is pandemic and going outside is limited, TRB Padala Apalit and Lubao offer pick-ups and delivery services right at your doorstep.
Before Kris Aquino's eldest son Josh left for Tarlac on May 26, 2021, he and her bunso Bimby hugged, which the mom took as a sign that their "mahabang tampuhan" was over. The 50-year-old mom said in her Instagram post, “Gusto na niya talagang tumira sa Alto (our family compound) in what he calls ‘lola’s house.’”
Tarlac is the province of the late president Corazon Cojuangco-Aquino, the mom of Kris. Alto is a sitio located in Barangay Central, where, according to Kris in a separate post, “I was readying to switch my voter’s registration.”
Josh has always preferred probinsiya life. Back in 2017, he picked a summer vacation in his yaya's hometown in Negros over a beach trip to Maldives. Early this year, he also chose to stay in Tarlac, while his mom and the family's bunso Bimby initially planned on living in Boracay for six months but eventually decided to stay in Manila.
Part of Kris' caption read (published as is): “The 3 of us said our goodbyes yesterday afternoon... Pabalik na kami ni Bimb to our serviced residence while the condo we’ll be leasing is being readied."
In the same post, Kris revealed that Josh and Bimby just settled a rift. She continued, “We are not a perfect family, nagkamahabang tampuhan yung 2 boys BUT nakuha talaga sa dasal, pasensya, at pagmamahal—finally kahapon, naramdaman kong nabalik na yung dating higpit ng yakapan at kulitan/lambingan nung dalawa.”
Tarlac has been Josh’s home since March. Before making such decision, he promised Kris that he would exercise at least one hour a day. Hence, Josh is usually spotted by Tarlakenyos. A follower of Kris commented, “Tahimik at maganda kasi tumira sa Alto miss kris lagi ko po nakkita si kuya josh naumiikot dito sa Corazon at napakabait nia nag-hi and hello sa mga nadadaanan nia at isa na po ako doon...”
Kris's son with Philip Salvador recently returned to Manila to spend Mother's Day with Kris. He will be celebrating his 25th birthday on June 4 in Alto, and will be holding an outreach program, which prepared “800 grocery bags” for families.