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Covid-19 lockdown creates 'perfect storm' for sexual abuse of children online (2nd of 2 parts)
THE coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic has forced millions of people worldwide to stay home as governments enforce physical distancing to contain the disease.First imposed in mid- to late March, the lockdowns have been a bane for workers who cannot ...
From 212 days ago
Filipino children most appealing to global online sex predators (1st of 2 parts)
MARA* (real name withheld) was only 11 years old when her female cousin Jade first livestreamed her sexual abuse for a paying customer abroad.Jade’s male live-in partner also sexually abused Mara.The child’s ordeal ended only after two years when personnel ...
From 214 days ago
Anxiety as decision day nears again on Cebu City’s reopening
ON JUNE 1, will Cebu City’s twice extended state of enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) finally be lifted? Or will it be extended yet again?The answer will either relieve or cause shivers down the spine of the city’s neighbors on the ...
From 277 days ago
The first patient
THE peace of Cebu was shattered when the first case of the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) was reported on the island on March 18, 2020.The Department of Health- Central Visayas (DOH 7) said a 65-year-old male was confined at the ...
From 291 days ago
In the eye of the Covid-19 storm
ON THE day Cebu City began what was to be a month-long Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) on March 28, 2020, the City reported its first 19 coronavirus disease cases.Four weeks later, the number of cases has skyrocketed to 411.The city’s ...
From 305 days ago
CEBU CITY has become the epicenter of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) outbreak in Central Visayas.On Friday, April 17, 2020, the city accounted for 161 of the region’s 180 cases. Cebu City reported its first Covid-19 cases only on March 28.Here’s ...
From 312 days ago
From Prince to Prime minister: The ‘politics’ of Covid-19 infection
NOT too long ago, the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) seemed just like a distant threat—something that could strike only health workers or those who had recently traveled, but not anyone we knew, as the threat of the disease had long spooked ...
From 318 days ago
100 days on a rampage
WHEN word first got out in early January that a mysterious viral pneumonia had affected 44 persons in Wuhan City in China, no one could have foreseen that just 100 days later, the virus causing it would infect more than ...
From 318 days ago
Road to lockdown
WHAT a difference a quarter makes. The year began like any other, with business revving for profits and travel players looking to surpass the 1.5 billion international tourist arrivals logged in 2019.But just three months onward, airlines have grounded much ...
From 319 days ago
Over 300,000 passengers lost in 3 weeks
IN JUST three weeks, the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Naia) lost some 320,000 passengers as Covid-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, prompted travel bans and spooked travelers.But now that the Philippine travel ban has been partially lifted for ...
From 371 days ago