The Source: Richard Gordon

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The government is not apologizing on how it responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. Malacañang maintains that authorities have done an excellent job managing cases before the surge in March.

OCTA Research experts warns the number of new coronavirus cases per day could reach 11,000 by the end of March.

The government is eyeing to achieve a stable supply of vaccines by April.

Pinky Webb speaks to Senator and Philippine Red Cross Chairman Richard Gordon.