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CAGAYAN DE ORO
CAGAYAN DE ORO
Briccio Cesar Domondon Jr.
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Domondon: Why contact tracing is failing
AN EDITORIAL from the newspaper Inquirer published last April 1, 2021 came up with the title "Contact Tracing Fail," and pointed out that despite available contact tracing forms everywhere, as well as digital registration for the issuance of Quick Response ...
From 118 days ago
Domondon: The frontliners against the pandemic
THE Inter-Agency Task Force on Emerging Infectious Diseases finally came to realize that local chief executives such as mayors, governors and Punong Barangays are "essential workers" and should therefore receive a higher classification in the priority list for those to ...
From 128 days ago
Domondon: Equal footing in vaccination priority
WITH the official start of the vaccination process against Covid-19 for our listed and identified priority groups, there is now a growing clamor for the vaccination of other frontliners against the pandemic.Just recently, Health Secretary Francisco Duque III had to ...
From 135 days ago
Domondon: Scrambling for safety
AS OF this writing, Bloomberg, an international news agency (Wikipedia), reports that based on data they have collected, 193 million doses of various kinds of Covid-19 vaccines have been administered across 87 countries around the globe and at a daily ...
From 163 days ago
Domondon: The reality of the situation
THE new year 2021 began with the world hanging on to the promise that much touted vaccines are ready to bullet-proof humanity against the Covid-19 scourge. To some, it might seem finally as the light at the end of the ...
From 206 days ago
Domondon: Understanding the lay of the land
MORE or less six hours before I began to write this piece, I was in attendance as a member of the secretariat for, first, the meeting of the City Mayor with the 128 villages in the city represented by their ...
From 221 days ago
Domondon: The race to safety
EVERYONE seems to be heaving a sigh of relief at the news that, finally, a vaccine or several vaccines are actually already being made available to inoculate the public against the coronavirus disease.This is a game-changer in the truest sense ...
From 228 days ago
Domondon: Dangerous implication
IN THE recent Senate Committee on National Defense hearing regarding red-tagging, former Bayan Muna Partylist representative and Spokesperson of the Bagong Alyansang Makabayan Teddy Casiño refused to condemn the CPP-NPA-NDF and said that he does not consider them as enemies. ...
From 235 days ago
Domondon: Naval superiority
THE Philippines is an archipelago, and in the definition of a national territory provided by the 1987 Constitution, it is stated, "The national territory comprises the Philippine archipelago, with all the islands and waters embraced therein, and all other territories ...
From 242 days ago
Domondon: Thinking about rice (final part)
“RICE is a staple food all over the world regardless of location and economic position. Develop countries and developing countries alike produce and consume rice. The leading food crops are rice, wheat and corn. However, rice is by far the ...
From 249 days ago