Your daily dose of updates from Pinoys in Taiwan and Philippines

No full lockdown in Taiwan as COVID-19 infection has slowed: CECC


There are no immediate plans to impose a full lockdown in Taiwan, although some cities and counties have been carrying out computerized drills to prepare for such an eventuality, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) said.


Under the current national Level 3 alert, the rate of COVID-19 infections has slowed, said Health Minister Chen Shih-chung, who heads the CECC.


This indicates that the Level 3 disease prevention protocols, including mandatory mask-wearing and limits on indoor and outdoor gatherings, are working, he said at a regular press briefing.


While the local governments' computerized preparatory lockdown exercises are commendable, it is more important that people strictly adhere to the Level 3 regulations at this point, Chen said.


He cautioned, however, that people should not let down their guard, as it is too early to determine whether the current COVID-19 outbreak is easing.


On the question of whether Taiwan should speed up its vaccine rollout in the absence of a full lockdown, Chen said it is impractical to count on vaccination to get rid of COVID-19 for good.


Disease control measures "can be considered successful if they prevent massive transmissions," he said, stressing the importance of people following personal protection guidelines. -Central News Agency

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Unahin ang mga OFW sa bakuna na nakatakdang lalabas ng bansa: Bong Go

Bakunahan na ang mga overseas Filipino workers (OFW) na nakatakda nang bumiyahe sa labas ng bansa sa loob ng dalawang buwan, pakiusap ni Senator Bong Go kay Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte at sa mga namamahala ng national vaccination program.


Karamihan ng mga OFW ay kailangan nang ma-deploy upang hindi mawala ang mga trabahong naghihintay sa kanila doon, ayon kay Go


"Kaya kung maaari, mag-allocate tayo ng bakuna na angkop para sa kanila na tanggap sa kanilang countries of destination. This must be done in compliance with requirements for vaccines coming from COVAX facility, as well as our own vaccine prioritization order," salaysay ni Go.


Sabi ni Go may 10 milyong doses ng bakuna ang darating sa bansa sa susunod na buwan, kaya may sapat nang supply ang gobyerno para sa kinakailangang bakuna ng OFWs at iba pang grupo na nangangailangan ng specific na brand. 


Batay sa huling IATF guidelines, ang mga OFW ay kabilang na sa A4 category. 

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Foreign residents in Taiwan with expiring ARCs to gain 30-day extension amid Level 3 Alert


Due to the heightened COVID-19 situation, foreign nationals whose alien resident certificates (ARC) are about to expire will receive an automatic 30-day extension with immediate effect, the National Immigration Agency (NIA) said Friday.


When the epidemic alert level in Taiwan is lowered to Level 2, ARC holders will have up to 30 days to visit the nearest immigration service office and renew their residence application form.


According to the immigration agency, the automatic extension will be continuously applied until Taiwan's COVID-19 alert is reduced from the current Level 3.


Meanwhile, foreign nationals who entered Taiwan visa-free, on a visitor or landing visa, on or before March 21 last year and have been unable to return home because of COVID-19, will also receive 30-day extensions, the NIA said.


However, as soon as the COVID-19 level is lowered, such visitors will have 10 days to visit the nearest immigration office to complete the paperwork for an extension.


Foreign nationals who fulfill these requirements will not be considered as having overstayed their visas. -Central News Agency

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OFW in Taiwan dumped newborn baby girl near trash cart in Taoyuan


A Filipino female migrant worker in Taoyuan dumped her newborn baby girl next to the trash cart because she could not afford to raise a child.


It was found that a baby girl with an umbilical cord was left next to a trash car on Zhonghua Road in Taoyuan.


Police investigations revealed that the mother was a Filipino migrant worker.


The Filipina migrant worker confess that the baby is hers and she can't afford it raising the child before discarding it.  


The police sent the  mother to justice in accordance with a letter of suspected abandonment, and the baby girl was urgently placed by the Taoyuan City Social Bureau.

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AUO, Quanta, Advantech, Lite-On, Unimicron on alert after employees tested positive of COVID


Several companies in Taiwan reported employee/s with positive of COVID-19 with some having symptoms of the virus as companies remain on high alert against the virus.


Companies like AU Optronics (AUO), Quanta Computers, Advantech, Unimicron, Pegatron, Nanya Technology, TSMC, Lite-On, Compal Electronics have reported employees positive of COVID-19


Companies strengthened measures against the disease since last week, including closing off public areas and meeting rooms and denying visitors entry.


Some companies carried out a rotational working schedule and is allowing some of their employees to work from home.


Due to the growing number of COVID-19 cases in northern Taiwan, the government raised the alert level for Taipei and New Taipei to Level 3 with Level 4 Alert is looming.

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Lalaking hindi nagbibigay ng suntento sa anak, arestado!

Inaresto ang isang lalaki mula sa isang convinience store dahil inireklamo ito ng kanyang karelasyon matapos itong hindi magbigay ng sustento sa kanilang anak.


Inireklamo siya ng dating karelasyon na nakilala niya sa isang dating app, nagkakilala at nagsimulang magkaroon ng relasyon ang suspek at ang biktima noong 2018 ayon kay kay Police Capt. Philipp Ines, public information officer ng Sampaloc Police.


Iniwan ang karelasyon at nagtago na mula 2019 ang lalaki na itinigil na nga ang pagbibigay suntento sa anak.


Republic Act 7610 at Republic Act 9262 ang isinampa laban sa suspek dahil sa pagpapabaya at hindi pagbibigay ng sustento sa kaniyang anak.


Kahit pa di kasal ang mga magulang ng bata, may karapatan pa rin itong humingi ng sustento sa ama o sa ina niya.


Paalala na kung kayo ay single parent at nakararamdam ng hirap sa pagtataguyod ng anak, tandaan na mayroon ka rin namang dapat katuwang dito na maidadaan mo pa ito sa legal na proseso. (Photo for illustrative purposes only)

 

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Duterte, iniutos na arestuhin ang mga kapitan na hindi mapipigilan ang mass gathering

 


Iniutos ni President Rodrigo Duterte hulihin ang mga barangay captain na hindi kayang pigilan ang mga mass gathering tulad ng parties, picnics at iba pa.


"Kapag may isa pa, beginning tonight, ang unang hulihin ang barangay captain." 


Ito ang utos ni Pangulong Duterte kasunod ng sunod-sunod umanong report tungkol sa mass gatherings tulad ng picnic at mga party. 


Dagdag pa niya, puwedeng gumamit ng reasonable force ang mga pulis at ipagtatanggol niya ang mga ito.


"Pakulong ko kayo, I will look for a suitable law because you are forcing my hand. Ayaw ninyo, pasaway, e. 'Yan ang problema ko sa Filipino," sabi ni Duterte.


Matapos ito ng report ni Interior Secretary Eduardo Año na dumarami ang mga mass gatherings na lalong nagpataas ng COVID-19 cases sa bansa.

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Taiwan fell out of Top 10 resilience list against COVID-19 due to surging number of cases

Following a surge in domestically transmitted COVID-19 cases, Taiwan dropped out of the top 10 resilience list released by Bloomberg on Tuesday.


The latest Bloomberg COVID Resilience Ranking showed that Taiwan fell from its previous fifth position to 15th, while neighboring Japan also dropped out of the top 10 list to 14th place from the previous seventh.


"Lauded for its handling of the pathogen, the Asia-Pacific region accounted for all seven of the biggest declines this month in the measure of the best and worst places to be in the pandemic," Bloomberg said.


"Taiwan and Japan dropped out of the top 10 amid sluggish inoculation drives and resurgent cases, while some of the world's fiercest outbreaks were in Southeast and South Asia," Bloomberg added.


According to Bloomberg, the COVID Resilience Ranking uses a wide range of factors, from mortality and testing rates to vaccine access and freedom of movement, to evaluate where the pandemic is being handled most effectively and with the least social and economic disruption. -Central News Agency

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Pulis na adik sa online sabong, nangholdap ng remittance center sa Bulacan

 

Arestado ang isang pulis QC na nalulong sa online sabong matapos mangholdap ng isang branch ng remittance center sa bayan ng San Miguel, Bulacan.


Kaagad na nagsagawa ng manhunt operation ang mga pulis sa Bulacan hanggang sa matunton ang salarin.


Ang suspek ay nakilala bilang si PCpl Moises Yango, 29, na nakatalaga sa Quezon City Police District (QCPD) at residente ng Camp Karingal, Sikatuna Village, Quezon City.


Tinambangan ng mga pulis sa kabayanan ng San ildefonso ang suspek na tiyempong pumarada naman ito sa isa pang branch na kanyang hinoldap kaya siya tuluyang naaresto ng pulisya.


Ayon sa suspek, nalulong lamang siya sa online sabong kaya nagawa ang krimen. Ang hinala ng mga awtoridad ang pulis din ang posibleng nasa likod ng panghoholdap sa isang remittance center sa Nueva Ecija.


Samantala, nangako ang bagong luklok na si PNP chief General Guillermo Eleazar na masisibak sa pwesto si Yango at sasampahan ng kaso.

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Taiwan pledged to rigidly enforce the rule of wearing mask, instant penalty and no prior warnings


Authorities can fine people for not wearing masks in public without giving a verbal warning beforehand, said Health Minister Chen Shih-chung, who pledged Wednesday to rigidly enforce the rule under the current state of alert.


Chen's announcement during a press briefing indicated that the Central Epidemic Command Center's (CECC) previous policy that local governments should impose fines only when people refuse to comply with the mask rule is no longer applicable.


Under the current CECC guidelines, people should wear masks at all times outside their homes or face a fine between NT$3,000 and NT$15,000, but local governments have adopted different standards for enforcing the rule.


The tightening of the rule is part of government efforts to curb the spread of the virus, according to the CECC, which has extended the nationwide COVID-19 alert to Level 3 in its four-tier system to June 14. -Central News Agency


The new cases bring the total number in the country to 6,091 since the outbreak began in early 2020, of which over 4,500 are locally transmitted infections reported since May 15. (Photo: New Taipei Police)

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Hundreds of people in Taiwan fined up to NT$15,000 for not wearing face mask in public

Hundreds of people across Taiwan face a fine of up to NT$15,000 for not wearing a mask in public, just one day after the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) raised the COVID-19 alert to Level 3 nationwide.


In Kaohsiung, where 13 domestically transmitted infections have been recorded, Mayor Chen Chi-mai said Thursday the city will issue 633 tickets for violations of the CECC guidelines that occurred over the past 24 hours.


Among those violations, 604 cases involved people who ignored the mask-wearing rule, the mayor said.


Tighter disease controls were imposed nationwide Wednesday after the country recorded more than 1,000 locally transmitted COVID-19 cases over the previous five days.


The CECC asked people to wear masks at all times when not at home or face a fine from NT$3,000 to NT$15,000, while shutting down public facilities and adult entertainment venues across the country in an attempt to curb the spread of the virus.


Chen was one of several local government chiefs who pledged zero tolerance for those who break the rules and granted power to officers from different government departments to issue notices to people who do not wear masks in public.


Once a person who refuses to comply is issued a notice, their record of violation is referred to the health department, which then hands down a fine based on the seriousness of the violation.


The police also raided a karaoke bar that continued to operate Wednesday evening regardless of the CECC guidelines, said Chen.


In addition to a fine of up to NT$300,000, the city government has ordered water and electricity to the bar cut, he added. -Central News Agency, CNA Photo


 

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Migrant workers temporarily banned from entering Taiwan due to surging COVID-19 cases


Migrant workers are banned from entering Taiwan as the country fights surging local cases of COVID-19, elaborated by Ministry of Labor (MOL) due to border control measure.


Taiwan's Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) said that non-resident foreigners will be denied entry which started last May 19. Border control includes migrant workers.


Employers automatically puts three-month extension for their six-month permits of migrant workers, if the permit expires on any date between May 19 and June 30.


Taiwan has introduced 7,249 laborers over the past month according to MOL statistics. 


For more information, call 0800-000-978, the long-term care hotline (1966), or the labor complaint hotline (1955) for more information. 

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Young woman gives birth to 9 babies at once in hospital

On Tuesday, a young Malian woman became a legend by comfortably giving birth to nine babies at once in a Moroccan hospital.

 

Halima Cisse, a 25-year-old Mali woman, made history as the mother of nonuplets – five girls and four boys – and she and the children are "doing fine," according to a written statement from the Mali Health Ministry.

 

Cisse was supposed to have septuplets, according to doctors in Mali and Morocco, but gave birth to nonuplets by caesarean section, surprising the doctors who had not detected another two siblings during ultrasounds.

 

The doctors demanded specialized treatment for the unusual case of Cisse after a two-week medical stay in a hospital in Bamako, Mali's capital.

 

Cisse's arrived at their hospital five weeks before her due date, according to Yezid Murad, the doctor who performed the procedure.

 

He said they spent intense effort for the growth of the babies while they were in the mother's belly and added, "The operation was good and carried out under suitable conditions."

 

Stating they had to carry out the operation on the 25th week of pregnancy, he said, "In fact, we wanted to extend the pregnancy period up to 30 weeks, but this week, when the birth symptoms started, we decided to have a cesarean delivery. Nonuplets are extremely rare in medical practice and sometimes some of the newborns may not survive.

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Laguna resident fried malasado egg under the sun

The Laguna resident posted a picture of a fried malasado egg she successfully cooked on their pavement on Facebook on Friday, explaining that she began her experiment at 12 p.m. by putting a pan with a small amount of cooking oil on the bare ground outside their home.

 

She covered the pan with the broken egg inside, ostensibly to keep it away from curious puppies, who were present that afternoon. The egg white had become transparent by 1 p.m., and their sunny side up was ready by 3 p.m.

 

"Welcome to the Philippines, where the sun shines so brightly that it can fry an egg!" Cecile penned an essay.

 

Cecile told GMA News Online that the temperature in San Pedro, Laguna, was about 35-36 degrees Celsius, and that it was "mahangin and bright without clouds."

 

The weather has been so hot that the idea had been, well, boiling in Cecile's mind. When work finally let up on Friday, she proceeded with the experiment. "I wanted a tangible way to show the kids how hot it is — na pati itlog, pwedeng maluto," she said.

 

Her two children, ages 15 and 12, joined her, and by 4 p.m., the whole family was enjoying the fried egg with pan de sal for merienda.

 

As a result, no. It isn't just you who is affected. We are in the throes of summer. And, just in case you needed more evidence, PAGASA in Dagupan reported a dangerous 52o heat index on Wednesday. So drink plenty of water, shower often, and, if possible, surround yourself with more plants.

 

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Bata na may tumor, kumakatok sa may mga mabubuting kalooban para magamot ang sakit


Sa isang netizen post, humungi ng tulong pinansyal ang mga magulang ni Allen Sibayan dahil sa isang tumor na nagpapahirap dito. Kinakailangan ng maayos na gamutan para mawala ito.


Narito ang post ni John Mark Enriquez:


"Share kolang po tong batang nakita sa santiago city.samay SIMC hospital sa rosario putok 4.sila po ay taga cordon isabela.humihingi po sila ng kunting tulong.at sana po ating matulongan sa pamamagitan ng pag share.


Sa mga nais gustong tumolong po.eto po ung contact number nila # 09751720970 Naway makatulong tayo sa mag ina na sina ALLEN SIBAYAN."



Ayon naman sa update post ni Rose Villamer:

UPDATE : LUMABAS NA PO ANG DIAGNOSIS NG DOCTOR, SI ALLEN PO AY MAY TUMOR SA NASOPHARYNGEAL AREA WITH INTRACRANIAL EXTENSION. hindi pa po alam kung benign or malignant kailangan pa pong ibiospy para malaman.


"Sa lahat po ng aking mga kaibigan at mga kapromonatics, tulungan nyo po kaming makaabot ito sa mga taong may ginintuang puso upang matulungan ang pamangkin ng aking asawa. Sya po si Allen Dulay mula sa Cordon Isabela mayroon po syang TUMOR, wala na po syang tatay at tanging ang mama po nya na si Alicia ang tumitingin sa kanilang magkapatid. Apat na taon lang po sya, at ang sabi ng doctor ay hindi pa kakayanin ng katawan ng ang opersayon, kailangan pong mapalakas ang katawan ng bata, kailangan din po nyang masalinan ng dugo. Blood type AB po sya."


"Kung wala pong AB ay pwede na ang type A. Please po sa isang pag share nyo lang ay malaking bagay na po para sa knila. Napakasakit makita na anag hihirap ng ganito ang isang inosenteng bata, wala pong kakayanan ang pamilya nila sa mahal na gamutan nagmamakaawa po kami na tulungan nyo po kaming makaabot sa mga taong may ginintuang puso"

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Pegatron employee tests positive of COVID-19


Pegatron Corp., one of Taiwan's largest contract PC makers, said that one of its employees has tested positive for COVID-19 as an alert among PC producers has been raised to contain the disease.


Pegatron said it was informed by health authorities on Sunday that the employee, who worked in the company's headquarters in Guandu in the northwestern part of Taipei, was a weak positive for the disease and a second test is being done to confirm the result.


Pegatron, which counts Apple among its clients, said it began disinfecting its headquarters Sunday night after getting the news.


The company said the infected employee rented an apartment in a suburban area and commuted to the company's headquarters every day without having to enter the city center.


The employee also worked in one of the smaller buildings in Pegatron's headquarters complex, the company said, suggesting that the person may not have been exposed to many people.


Pegatron had already put in place a rotational working schedule last week and vowed to strictly carry it out while continuing to follow public health guidelines to fend off the spread of the virus, the company said. -Central News Agency

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Sunog sa bahagi ng PGH, apektado ang nursery room para sa mga newborn babies


Sumiklab ang sunog sa ikatlong palapag ng pay ward ng government-run na Philippine General Hospital sa Maynila pasado hatinggabi ng Linggo.


Pandamantalang inilipat ang mga newborn babies to Sta. Ana Hospital. 12 newborn babies mula sa UP-PGH's Neonatal ICU (NICU) ang agarang inilipat doon.


Nasunog ang parte ng ikatlong palapag ng ospital na may mga operating rooms, nagsimula ang sunog sa linen area ng operating room kaya mabilis din kumalat ayon sa Manila Fire Department.


“It was contained within the area but thick smoke soon engulfed the adjoining floors and diffused into the pavilions. Fire was declared out at 5:41 a.m," ayon kay PGH Director Dr. Gerardo Legaspi.


No major OR equipment was damaged. Yet we have to assess the autoclave machines. A large volume of OR supplies was lost though. We are closing the Emergency Room and OR for now. We will assess the need to transfer patients,” dagdag ni Legaspi.


Nasa 80 to 90 porsyento ng mga pasyente ay inilikas, kabilang ang mga COVID-19 patients, ayon sa Bureau of Fire Protection.


Umapela ng tulong ang PGH sa publiko matapos ang sunog. Nangangailangan ito ng industrial fans at oxygen tanks at tumatanggap ng in-kind at cash donations.

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Taiwan to see lockdown of COVID cases reach more than 100 per day for 14 days


There would only be lockdowns in Taiwan if there were at least 100 new infections per day for 14 consecutive days said Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC).


Taiwan already declared a Level 3 alert for Taipei City and New Taipei City, but full lockdowns will only take place under Level 4 according to CECC chief Chen Shih-chung.


Members of the public are only allowed to leave home to buy food, to seek medical care and for work needs under a level 4 alert.


Even when at home, masking and social distancing must be practiced. Only designated persons may enter or leave these lockdown zones, and residents must stay in their homes for level 4 alert


New cases were scattered across eight cities and counties, with Taipei and New Taipei remaining hot spots for the disease according to the health minister.


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Saint Christopher's Church in Taipei suspends all pastoral and social gatherings due to COVID scare


Saint Christopher's Church in Taipei, which mainly serves the migrant community in the city, will temporarily suspend its Holy Mass services in wake of a recent surge in COVID-19 cases in northern Taiwan.


Pastoral and social purpose gatherings at the church will be suspended starting Saturday until further notice, the church announced on Friday.


The announcement was made after Taiwan confirmed 29 new domestic cases of COVID-19 on Friday, most of which were linked to infected people in Taipei, New Taipei, and cases of unknown origin involving residents in northern Taiwan.


Father Gioan Tran Van Thiet, the church's assistant parish priest and chaplain to Vietnamese migrants, told CNA that the closure is for the safety of all worshippers and others in the community.


Before the suspension, the church held Holy Mass most days of the week, with hundreds in attendance for each service on Sundays, Thiet said.


However, during the suspension of physical services, Holy Mass will be streamed online Sundays on the church's Facebook page, Thiet said.


In the meantime, he also urged people to adhere to disease prevention measures so that everyone can be responsible for the safety of themselves and others around them, Thiet said.


"We are all united and members of the same human family," Thiet said.


This is the second time during the pandemic that the church has suspended church services. The first time was a preventive measure following the confirmed infection of an undocumented migrant caretaker in February last year. -Central News Agency

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Taiwan reports 180 new locally transmitted COVID-19 cases, 89 in Taipei, 75 in New Taipei


Taiwan's Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) raised the COVID-19 alert level for Taipei and New Taipei cities to Level 3.


Health Minister Chen Shih-chung has announced 180 new domestically transmitted COVID-19 cases and five new imported cases. The cases include 89 in Taipei, 75 in New Taipei, 6 in Changhua, four each in Yilan and Taoyuan and one each in Taichung and Keelung. 


A Level 3 alert, which has been in imposed in Taiwan for the first time, stops short of a lockdown and goes into effect when more than three community clusters are confirmed in a week or over 10 domestic cases of unknown origin are reported in a single day.


Masks must be worn at all times outdoors, cancellation of outdoor gatherings of 10+ people and indoor gatherings of 5+ people.


Apart from essential services, law enforcement, medical treatment and government, all places of business and public venues must close.


At places of business or public venues that remain open, mask wearing and social distancing is required.


In neighborhoods where community transmission has occurred, residents must stay within defined a perimeter and comply with COVID-19 testing. All public gatherings and school classes within the neighborhoods are suspended.

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Lola, aksidenteng gawing panggatong ang kanyang naipong pera

Sobra ang panghihinayang ng 95-anyos na si lola Honorita Gahis mula sa Nueva Ecija matapos nitong masunog ang kanyang sariling ipon na may halagang P14,000.


Aksidenteng naipanggatong ni lola Honorita ang bugkos ng pera, na tig-iisang libong piso, habang nagluluto siya ng kanilang sinaing. 


Mabilis naman itong nailayo sa apoy ng kanyang apo na si SarahLie Gahis De Guzman, pero nasunog na ang karamihan dito.


“Sa di inaasahang pangyayare ay naigatong o nasunog po ang kanyang pera 14,000 mahigit po,” ayon kay De Guzman.


Nananawagan ngayon ang apo ni lola sa Bangko Sentral na mapalitan sana ang nasunog na pera ni lola. Inipon daw kasi ito ng matanda nang maraming taon. 


“Sana po mailapit ito sa bangko sentral ng Pilipinas kung ito po ay p[we]de pang mapalitan… dahil sya po ay nagsasaing ng mga oras na nangyari po ‘yon,” dagdag niya.

 

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20 Filipinos arrested in Taiwan for allegedly working as money mules used for fraud


Twenty migrant workers from the Philippines have been arrested for allegedly working as money mules for an internet fraud ring that was targeting Taiwanese nationals, the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CWB) said Monday.


At a press conference, Hsu Chao-pin from the CIB's International Criminal Affairs Division said the 20 suspects were arrested during raids in Keelung, Taipei, New Taipei, Taoyuan and Miaoli on Jan. 18, March 22 and April 19.


The group in Taiwan was headed by a 35-year-old Filipino migrant worker, identified only as Eda, who allegedly had been recruited by a fraud ring based in the Philippines, according to Hsu.


During the raids, police seized bank books, ATM cards and receipts of money transfers as evidence, Hsu said. The scam had generated an estimated NT$10 million for the fraud ring, which was operating mainly via online dating websites, according to the CIB.


Since mid-2020, some 20 Taiwanese had fallen victim to the scam, having been tricked into sending money to designated bank accounts in transactions that they thought were related to investment schemes or personal assistance, the CIB said.


Eda served in the role of recruiting other Philippine migrant workers to facilitate the transfers and do the bookkeeping, promising them additional income to supplement their regular full-time jobs in Taiwan, the CIB said.


The case has been handed over to the New Taipei District Prosecutors Office, which is investigating the 20 alleged money mules on suspicion of fraud and money laundering, the CIB said. -Central News Agency

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6 na babaeng magkakapatid sinundan ang yapak ng bawat isa, lahat naging pulis


May siyam na anak ang mag-asawang Crispin at Clemencia Guelos at ang anim sa mga ito ay babae, lahat pulis sila ay "all for one, one for all."


Hindi umano pinangarap ng anim na maging pulis. Ang tanging kumuha lang ng criminology sa kanila ay ang kapatid nilang lalaki pero ibang career ang pinasok ag hindi ang pagiging pulis.


Suportado naman ng kanilang ama ang pagiging pulis ng kanyang anim na babaeng anak na alam niyang laging nagsusumikap. 


Ang pumasok ay si Police Executive Master Sergeant (PEMS) Maria Cherry Guelos-Demarana, sinundan ni PEMS Ma. Irene Guelos-Habuyo. Ang pang-apat sa magkakapatid na si Police Senior Master Sergeant (PSMS) Sharon Guelos-Dalit, sumubok pang magtrabaho sa ibang bansa bago tuluyang pinasok ang pagpupulis. 


Ang tatlo pa sa magkakapatid na sina Police Corporal (PCpl) Merry Cris Guelos-Asturia, Patrol Woman Era Dawn Guelos-Buot, Police Staff Sergeant (PSSG) Nerissa Guelos-Federizo ay sinundan na rin ang yapak ng kanilang tatlong kapatid. 


Ang pagiging pulis daw nila ang naka ahon sa kanilang pamilya sa kahirapan.

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Lalaking may kasong rape arestado matapos magapply ng police clearance

Arestado sa Olongapo City ang isa sa most wanted person sa Mabalacat City dahil sa kaong rape matapos itong mag apply ng police clearance.


Nagtangkang kumuha ng police clearance sa kanilang tanggpan ang akusadong kinilala na si Joel Mananis, 42 anyos at residente ng Sto. Thomas Subic, Zambales ayon saeport ng Olongapo City Police Office.


Ngunit ng tinignan ang records ng kapulisan, nakita na may nakabinbing warrant of arrest si Mananis dahil sa kasong 3 counts of rape sa RTC Branch 59 ,Angeles City noong pang Pebrero 2019.


Agad naman inaresto si Mananis at inihahanda na para kaharapin ang kaso nito.


Ginagamit ang police clearance bilang requirement sa ilang mga transaction at ginagamit din kpag maghahanap ng trabaho.


Larawan mula sa PRO-3

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Kapitan sa Palawan, ipinamahagi ang sariling sweldo sa mga solo parents at PWD


Pinatunayan ng isang Kapitan mula sa Palawan na hindi lahat ng nag-aasam ng position ay habol ang pera ng bayan, bagkus ang makapaglingkod at matulungan ang kanyang mamamayan sa kanilang lugar.


"Naglalagay po ng pera c cap s mga sobre bigay nia dw po s mga pwd at solo parent sahod nia ngaung april pamimigay nia lht dinagdagan p ng apo niang police thank u po jobeth galla," ayon kay Elizabeth Abala Paguntala.


Pandagdag sa mga pinamigay na cash aid ay nagbigay din ang apo ng kapitan na isang pulis. Si Kapitan Galla ay nagseserbisyo sa Barangay Bagong Sikat, Narra sa Palawan.


"Saludo kami sayo kap maraming salamat sa busilak na kalooban, salamat din sa apo mong Pulis.. Mabuhay kayo God bless.." dagdag ni Elizabeth.



Sobrang tuwa at pasasalamat ng mga residente matapos matanggap ang kanyang ibinigay na tulong pinansyal sa kanila.


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Migrant workers exposed labor broker for continuing business with revoked license


The Taiwan International Workers' Association (TIWA), a migrant worker protection group, has uncovered a labor broker that continued to collect fees and even fabricated residence permits despite having its business license revoked.


The group said Monday that at least six migrant workers were victimized by Quanta International Manpower Agency, which continued to operate even though the Ministry of Labor (MOL) revoked its license on Nov. 21, 2020, when it failed to renew the license.


Of the six victims, the TIWA said, five have overstayed their visas because the residence permits given to them by the broker were fake.


At a news conference held by the TIWA, a Filipino migrant worker said she was not aware that her resident permit was fake and that she had overstayed her visa until an officer from the National Immigration Agency visited her employer.


According to the TIWA, the broker was fined by the Taipei City government on March 2 for failing to fulfill its duties, causing an employer to break the law.


The TIWA said it was ridiculous for a broker without a business license to be accused of failing to "fulfill its duties" as a licensed migrant worker agency, and it asked the MOL to launch an investigation into the case.


The TIWA said the MOL has a duty to inform employers and migrant workers with dealings with brokers if those brokers are engaged in illicit or illegal practices.


The MOL should also streamline the employment process for both migrant workers and employers, while the ministry's employment offices should provide multi-language services for migrant workers, the TIWA suggested.


In response, the MOL said unlicensed labor brokers face fines of between NT$300,000 (US$10,787) to NT$1.5 million, and the fabrication of residence permits for migrant workers violates Taiwan's Criminal Code. -Central News Agency

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Direct Hiring: Epistar Corp in Tainan now hiring factory workers, machine operators


Epistar Corporation in Tainan, Taiwan directly hires Filipinos who are willing to transfer. Those who have expiring contracts until August 2021 or those who laid off may apply.


Those who will apply in person must bring updated resume, ARC, passport, blue pen and transfer letter (if available).


Send applications to:

petra@champions.com.tw


Address:

No 385 Yong Ke Huan Road, Yongkang District, Tainan City, Taiwan


About HannsTouch:


First-hand knowledge and insight led the fledgling EPISTAR to cutting-edge production and engineering innovation in epitaxy. With accumulated expertise and expansive capacity, today EPISTAR sits firmly as the premier global supplier. 


EPISTAR has already worked with some of the most well-known brands around the world, popularizing LED applications on cell phone screens, laptops, television, and much more. EPISTAR is bringing the beneficial solid-state lighting into everyday life.


*This site is not a recruitment agency nor agent, to apply please visit above mentioned recruitment agency.

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Direct Hiring: Motech Industries in Tainan now hiring factory workers, machine operators

Motech Industries in Tainan, Taiwan directly hires Filipinos who are willing to transfer. Those who have expiring contracts until August 2021 or those who laid off may apply.


Those who will apply in person must bring updated resume, ARC, passport, blue pen and transfer letter (if available).


Send applications to:

petra@champions.com.tw


Address:

No 385 Yong Ke Huan Road, Yongkang District, Tainan City, Taiwan


About Motech:


Motech Industries Inc. is dedicated to the research, development, and manufacture of high quality solar products and services, ranging from Photovoltaic (PV) cells, PV modules, to PV power systems.


Motech has been expanding solar expertise across the value chain to give our customer the advantage of international sourcing and manufacturing. 


*This site is not a recruitment agency nor agent, to apply please visit above mentioned recruitment agency.

 

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Direct Hiring: HannsTouch Solutions now hiring factory workers, machine operators


HannsTouch Solutions in Taiwan directly hires Filipinos who are willing to transfer. Those who have expiring contracts until August 2021 or those who laid off may apply.


Those who will apply in person must bring updated resume, ARC, passport, blue pen and transfer letter (if available).


Send applications to:

petra@champions.com.tw


Address:

No 385 Yong Ke Huan Road, Yongkang District, Tainan City, Taiwan


About HannsTouch:


HannsTouch Solution Inc is one of the world’s top three suppliers of touch sensors for active-matrix organic light-emitting diode (AMOLED) panels.


The Company’s primary products include touch sensor glass components, touch product modules and integrated circuit (IC) drive firmware. 


*This site is not a recruitment agency nor agent, to apply please visit above mentioned recruitment agency.

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Ginang, na-hit and run at tuluyang naulila na ang mga anak, asawa humihingi ng hustisya


Lubos na nagdadalamhati ang mister ng isang ginang na ito matapos ma hit and run o takbuhan ng hindi pa nakikilalang suspek. 


Madilim sa pinangyarihan ng aksidente at hindi rin tukoy ang pagkakakilanlan kung anong uri ng sasakyan ang nakabangga sa ginang.


"Kung sino kamang nakabangga sa asawa ko, salamat sa pag hit and run mo dahil sa iyo naiwan ng asawa ko ang aming maliliit pang mga anak sana'y nakakayanan ng kunsensya mo," ayon sa mister nito.


"Ang ginawa mo dahil kahit lumitaw ka at akuin mo ang kasalanan mo kahit bayaran mo ang danyos saamin hindi mona maibabalik ang buhay ng asawa ko," dagdag nito.


Ang "Hit and Run" ay tawag sa kasong nakabangga at tinakbuhan ang nabangga at dapat itong tulungan "on the spot". Samakatuwid, ay hindi dapat takasan ang kanyang pananagutan dahil maaari itong humarap sa patong pating na kaso.


Paalala lang sa lahat ng drivers na mag ingat sa pagddrive. Huwag pababayaan ang nabangga, kung meron man. 

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Taiwan plans to allow more migrant workers in the construction sector, mulls to add 3,400 workers


Taiwan's Cabinet is considering a plan that will hire more migrant workers for private construction projects and estimates of hiring additional 3,400 workers.


Taiwan Cabinet held two meetings to discuss the proposal, which is aimed at easing the chronic labor shortages in Taiwan's construction industry according to an official in the Ministry of Labor (MOL).


Under the current version of the plan, the government would scrap a requirement that a private construction project has to have an overall value of at least NT$10 billion in order for it to qualify to hire migrant workers, CNA reported.


For construction bids by individual companies, the threshold for hiring migrant workers would be lowered from NT$1 billion to NT$200 million, which could be comprised of two separate projects with values of at least NT$100 million, the official said.


The project would have to be one of the specific types of construction defined by the government as benefiting the public, such as those related to public infrastructure, sports, tourism, and urban renewal, according to the official.


Although this restriction would exclude many types of private construction, the MOL estimates that it would still allow qualifying companies to hire around 3,400 additional migrant workers.


MOL statistics as of March 2021, there were 713,933 migrant workers in Taiwan and a total of 4,599 worked in the construction sector.

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