February 9, 2023
  1. PRO-Cor and Comelec remain on high alert for possible outbreak of violence in Abra due to its long history of political violence during election period.
  2. Noticeable in vaccination sites during the past days is the long line of individuals wanting to get their booster shots due to the much-publicized threat of Omicron.
  3. Whoever is behind the series of concerts inside a police camp in La Trinidad is insensitive or is not aware that people in the neighborhood are disturbed by the noise.
  4. This regional executive is leading by example by maintaining professionalism and quality leadership despite apparently being politicized in her bid to lead an agency.
  5. LGUs should also realize that intensified border control should be complemented by mass testing among residents to have a better picture of the Covid-19 situation.
  6. People are starting to doubt that the Covid-19 pandemic is not only a health issue but also a money-making venture for those raking in billions out of the pandemic.
  7. Some of those who received vaccines over and above the booster shot developed signs and symptoms of the Covid infection but refused to undergo RT-PCR test.
  8. The movements of unvaccinated individuals are being restricted now but not
    during the May 2022 elections when they will proceed to the polling centers.
  9. The public already knows who are jubilant when the President signed the law mandating the rehabilitation of Kennon Road which means huge income to some.
  10. The planned staging of the Panagbenga Festival 2022 might be in jeopardy if the government cannot mitigate the surge of Covid-19 cases due to emerging variants.
  11. Not all members of this prominent clan in Baguio and Benguet will vote for this movie personality turned politician who insists on having relatives in the highlands.
  12. Those who received election guidelines sealed in envelopes are sad, as they will be transferred in areas where politicians are not used to giving goodwill money.

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