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"Art in the Park" goes online this year

With the pandemic keeping us inside our homes, a famous local art fair is going virtual this year. "Art in the Park" is holding an eight-day exhibit, which will showcase the works of dozens of artists. And to tell us more about this year’s event, we have with us the Co-Founder Trickie Lopa.

PH tops Southeast Asia list of Covid-19 cases

With the Philippines moving up the ranks in the region, what's the assessment of international health experts of our situation? We find out from World Health Organization Representative to the Philippines Doctor Rabindra Abeyasinghe.

Italy prepares to return to school ... with saws

Italy, the first COVID-19 epicenter outside of China, has used an aggressive testing regime and face coverings to beat back a second wave of the pandemic so far. But as the nation's children prepare to return to the classroom, many schools are taking matters into their own hands — by chopping up the furniture.

PH dives into recession

Your business is our business. Join our senior anchor Rico Hizon on The Exchange. • Second quarter GDP is shrinking much more than previously projected as Metro Manila and provinces revert to stricter quarantine measures because of rising COVID-19 cases. • As the pandemic re-writes the rules of business, here's a closer at look at the online gains. But with every pro, there is a con. • For our C-Suite Vision, we'll speak to one leader who believes everyone deserves a lifetime for good.

Environmental group urges use of reusable masks

As the government plans to buy face masks and distribute them to the poor, an environmental group suggests giving out reusable ones. Besides being economical, the group says reusable masks are environment-friendly, and safe as long as they meet the standards of the World Health Organization.

PhilHealth CEO: Walang overpricing sa I.T. project

Hindi magbibitiw sa pwesto si PhilHealth President and CEO Ricardo Morales sa kabila ng alegasyon ng katiwalian laban sa ahensya. Giit din n'ya na walang overpricing sa kinikuwestyong I.T. project ng health insurance company.