March 3, 2024
  1. The requirement for physical distancing inside business establishments has brought out the hidden talent on interior design of some businessmen.
  2. Lifting the liquor ban is one of the most awaited announcements by thousands of residents who have been on quarantine for more than two months now.
  3. There is violation of government regulations when motorcycle-riding fellows delivering food during the lockdown are non-pro drivers’ license holders.
  4. The test kits donation by a business empire was done without expecting anything in return, like asking the govenrment to reopen its department stores.
  5. Malacañang must be cautious in its undertakings to guard public health, as Covid-19 cases continue to rise while the vaccine remains not available.
  6. The lockdown on barangays to help tracker teams in contact tracing, which started in Baguio has become a template now implemented by other LGUs.
  7. Health officials have to remind the public that having a negative Covid-19 test result does not ensure anyone continued immunity from the virus.
  8. Information has it that a friend or relative of a local politician is one of those discreetly selling liquor at exorbitant prices while the liquor ban is in effect.
  9. Citizens wonder why most of the guns yielded by supposed rebel returnees are probably not even used in a firefight and only good for photo opportunity.
  10. The chairman emeritus of a giant television company does not really have to prove his nationality if only the legislative staff of the senators do their research.
  11. Quarters who earlier called for a special election in Benguet have realized that the legislative caretaker is doing his tasks better than other solons.
  12. Plagiarism is rampant on social media that even those who claim to be social media influencers just copy and paste items from mainstream media.