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Domoguen: Seeing a dystopian post-Covid-19 future
“I HAVE no idea what’s awaiting me, or what will happen when this all ends. For the moment I know this: there are sick people and they need curing.” ~ The Plague (Albert Camus)A pandemic, like the Covid-19, can make ...
From 3 days ago
Domoguen: To keep food products flowing unimpeded during community lockdowns
I HEARD late yesterday, Saturday, that La Trinidad will be on a lockdown in the next two to three days because two of its citizens were infected with the Covid-19 virus.The imposed emergency measure temporarily prevents people from entering or ...
From 10 days ago
Domoguen: When the world is sick and the systems are breaking down
THE Covid-19 pandemic provides us an opportunity to study history, and probably understand the settings of pandemics and their relationship to the environment and governance.Historically, pandemics are not new. These are as ancient as human communities. For instance, the “Black ...
From 17 days ago
Domoguen: This is what we have been living and learning for
DR. Rabindra Abeyasinghe, World Health Organization (WHO) representativeto the Philippines, last week, called on all communities "to protect the elderly who are the most vulnerable to the Covid-19 virus."Dr. Abeyasinghe's call was based on data from China, along with emerging ...
From 24 days ago
Domoguen: The ‘weaker vessels’ are super strong this month of March
I STARED at the horizon hardly comprehending the speaker’s exposition about March as “Women’s Month.” As it went, the mind trivialized its comprehension of the topic. Already, I was imagining how Doc Martin is socially inept but is an outstanding ...
From 31 days ago
Domoguen: On becoming a Cordilleran
THINKING along the theme, "becoming a Cordilleran," had me confronting my past, present, and future. It brings me to my origins and an understanding of my identity as a citizen in this mountainous region of Northern Luzon.It may yet take ...
From 38 days ago
Domoguen: Overcoming the tough times together with friends
I Argued with my wife this morning about the winner of America Got Talent, The Champions Season 2.My wife was for the winner, V. Unbeatable. I was for Marcelito Pomoy winning it. He had a two-voice talent and he performed ...
From 45 days ago
Domoguen: Battling ASF in the Philippines
THE Bloomberg report about a vaccine developed by American scientists against African swine fever (ASF) was a blast of light at the end of a long dark tunnel.Discovered more than 100 years ago, the ASF is a severe viral disease ...
From 52 days ago
Domoguen: Searching for the ‘perfect’ poverty alleviation program for Cordillera
IT DOES not make sense really to talk about a “perfect” program designed to fight poverty in the country and even Cordillera for that matter.No matter how much we want our government to create and implement such a program, it ...
From 59 days ago
Domoguen: Panagbenga Festival, where to now?
THE 2019 novel coronavirus acute respiratory disease is such a scare. The world knows little about it.The world was not ready when the virus made itself known. The World Health Organization (WHO) admitted it will probably take a year to ...
From 66 days ago