August 5, 2021

‘Vaccine mixing not recommended’

The Bacolod City Emergency Operations Center-Task Force is warning the public against getting Covid-19 vaccine jabs of different brands. Having different vaccine brands for the first and second doses has not been proven to give protection against the coronavirus disease,

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Negros dad, Capitol employee test positive

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN Another member of the Negros Occidental Sangguniang Panlalawigan and a provincial government employee were added to the list of those infected with Covid-19, that led to the temporary lockdown of the provincial government Public Information Office

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Blind masseur faces rape raps

BY ADRIAN P. NEMES III Rape charges were filed before the Bacolod City Prosecutor’s Office Tuesday against a partially blind masseur, who allegedly made sexual advances on his client. Station 4 commander, P/Major Jun Ray Batadlan, said yesterday that the

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BCPO seizes P788,208 in illegal drugs

BY ADRIAN P. NEMES III Despite several operations last month, the market value of the illegal drugs seized was 56.3 percent lower than that of June, the Bacolod City Police Office Public Community Relations said yesterday. Last month, BCPO confiscated

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‘Swab upon arrival’ pushed

BY ADRIAN P. NEMES III Fast craft operators are pushing for swabbing upon arrival of all passengers from Panay going to Bacolod City, instead of a negative RT-PCR result taken 72 hours before travel. Executive officer Frank Carbon of the

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Two more mayors, PGBI support Sara for president

BY GILBERT P. BAYORAN Two more mayors in Negros Occidental and their Sangguniang Bayans and barangay captains have joined the call for Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio to run for president in next year’s elections. La Castellana Mayor Rhumyla Nicor-Mangilimutan

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Christian suffering and death

It’s very interesting to note that after Christ was rightly identified by Peter to be the son of the living God, and after Christ made Peter the rock on which the invincible Church would be founded, Christ proceeded to talk

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Not even Presidents

Poor Mr. Barack Obama! He had to cancel his 60th birthday celebration because of the COVID. Alas, this virus is no respecter of positions, and not even the former president of the United States will dare to mark this milestone

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