Posts by Schokoprinz

    Eben auf der PhilStar Seite gelesen:


    The Department of Information and Communications Technology assures the public that the RapidPass.ph has complied with data privacy requirements and went through the agency’s preliminary cybersecurity tests before its kick-off on Monday, April 6, 2020.


    RapidPass.ph is the government’s initiative to fast track movement and access of frontliners, and priority vehicles at designated checkpoints during the enhanced community quarantine. It is a system which uses QR codes and control numbers as checkpoint passes or permits.


    Hat da vielleicht jemand bei dem freiheitsfeindlichen Regime in Peking das Seminar "Überwachungsstaat" belegt?

    Der Alte sackt sich die Kohle ein, sie muss betteln weil sie wirklich helfen will und jetzt fällt dem Knaller noch sein eigener Innenminister in den Rücken und sagt sie tue Gutes....

    DILG chief sees no Robredo violation of Bayanihan act after PACC official's probe call


    MANILA - Interior Secretary Eduardo Año said Thursday he sees no violation committed by Vice President Leni Robredo in pursuing relief operations to support the needy amid the lockdown in Luzon to prevent the spread of COVID-19.


    This after Presidential Anti-Corruption Commission commissioner Manuelito Luna called on the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) to look into Robredo's fund drive and relief operations as these "compete with" or are "calculated to undermine" the Duterte administration's efforts.


    "Parang wala naman ako nakikitang violation doon. I look at the Bayanihan Act, parang wala naman siya violation doon," Año said in a phone interview.

    (I don't think there's a violation there. I look at the Bayanihan Act, it looks like she does not have any violation.)


    He was referring to the Bayanihan to Heal As One Act, the measure that gives additional powers to President Rodrigo Duterte to respond to the pandemic.


    "Sa tingin ko naman, anybody can provide assistance as long as mayroon kang coordination sa government agency, para wala ka namang tinatapakan," he said.

    (I think anybody can provide assistance as long as you have coordination with a government agency, so you won't step on anyone.)


    In calling for a probe on Robredo, Luna said the Vice President's actions may be in violation of the government's policies in addressing the COVID-19 outbreak.


    "Being a part of the national government, Robredo is barred from competing with the Department of Health, Department of Social Welfare and Development and the Office of Civil Defense or the National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council..." said Luna.


    His PACC colleague, fellow commissioner Greco Belgica, released a statement Thursday afternoon explaining that Luna's statement was his own opinion, not the stand of the commission.


    Robredo's office has called Luna's petition "ridiculous and inappropriate."


    "Anyone who insists that bringing much needed assistance to hospitals, health workers, and poor Filipinos is somehow a 'competition' has absolutely no understanding of the gravity of the crisis we are all facing," Robredo's spokesman Barry Gutierrez said.


    Robredo's office has provided much needed personal protective equipment, free transport and dormitories for health workers, among others.

    Aber ganz etwas anderes. Habt Ihr gewusst, dass manche Checkpoints zwischen Manila und Cavite schon demontiert sind? Mein Junior arbeitet bei DHL am Flughafen Nachtschicht und hatte es mir heute morgen beim Frühstück erzählt.

    das kann doch gut sein, macht eh jeder was er will, der Knaller hat die Lage ja nur sehr bedingt im Griff, der biologische Kampf ist da die Konstante...

    Es gibt hier auch Menschen mit etwas mehr Taktgefühl, was man von dem Knaller und seiner menschenverachtenden Denkweise ja nicht gerade behaupten kann, langsam wird der wahre Kern für alle ersichtlich...

    Doctor advising IATF vs. COVID-19 on Duterte saying health workers who died were fortunate: 'Terrible'

    President Rodrigo Duterte’s comments on health workers being fortunate to die for the country amid the COVID-19 pandemic is a terrible thing to say, an infectious disease physician said Wednesday.


    Dr. Edsel Salvana, part of the Technical Advisory Group for the Inter-Agency Task Force for Emerging Infectious Diseases, was responding to Duterte’s comments which went: "May doktor, mga nurses namatay. Sila 'yong nasawi ang buhay para lang makatulong sa kapwa. Napakasuwerte nila. Namatay sila para sa bayan. Iyon ang dapat rason na bakit tayo mamatay.”


    “Terrible [statement]. It’s not right. Many of my friends and colleagues are dead and I miss them very much,” Salvana said in a statement.


    “I would rather not have me or my friends die. I already know they are heroes. Please let me grieve,” Salvana added.


    Prior to Duterte’s comments, Salvana called on the public to protect health workers amid reports that there are frontliners being discriminated upon by the community over fears that these health workers are carriers of COVID-19.

    Dann bitte beim nächsten mal die 40 Stunden sofort mit aufführen

    sorry, für mich gehört das zum ganz kleinen Einmaleins der Allgemeinbildung....zumal selbstständiges Denken ja nicht grundsätzlich verboten ist....




    Eine Gleichung kann nur dann nachvollzogen werden, wenn alle Faktoren bekannt sind.

    dass eine Arbeitswoche in ganz seltenen Fällen 40 Stunden hat, das hatte ich in meinem jugendlichen Leichtsinn als bekannt vorausgesetzt....

    gerade auf der Website der DBM gesehen, falls jemand kurzentschlossen fliegen will/muss, hier


    Aktuelles

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    Von Amsterdam zur dt Grenze sind sicherlich nochmal etwas mehr als 200 km, aber sicher einfacher von dort als von hier nach De zu gelangen....

    Wie passen denn jetzt 1050 Stunden und 26 Wochen zusammen?

    das ist höchste Mathematik :D

    1,050 Stunden bezog sich ja auf die angenommenen 5% der Barangays, denen jeweils eine halbe Stunde gewidmet wird

    wenn wir nun von einer 40 Stunden Woche ausgehen (ich weiss es soll auch Leute geben die auch Samstags arbeiten) dann wären ja 10 Wochen 400 Stunden, 20 Wochen 800 Stunden und 25 Wochen wären 1,000 Stunden. Und ja es ist nicht auf die Minute genau, vlt muss der Mitarbeiter mal...aber ueber den dickem Daumen passt es ganz genau :D

    Die könnten doch letztendlich froh sein.

    das sehe ich auch so, jeder Ausgeflogene kann hier keine Probleme mehr verursachen, und sie haben ja mit ihren eigenen Leuten genug zu tun...



    Weiss eigentlich wer, wieviele ausreisewillige Touristen es noch in Manila oder Cebu gibt?

    das weiss wohl niemand, selbst Schätzungen sind schwierig...denke aber mehr in den Provinzen, denn die die es bis Manila geschafft haben vermute ich sind größtenteils weg...

    Gaisano selber war total leer bis auf so eine handvoll Leute , die Regale aber meist gut gefüllt bis auf wenige Ausnahmen , natürlich kein Alcohol oder Desinfektionsmittel , gibt es ja schon länger nicht mehr . Na gut , erstmal einiges eingekauft .

    prima das es noch geklappt hat, Ende gut - alles gut........mit und ohne Kopie.... :D



    Nicht umsonst hat der Präsident Individualisten und Freestyler in den LGUs mit Repressalien gedroht.

    denke das ist nur theoretisch, denn bei rund 42,000 Barangays und 5% die ihr eigenes Süppchen kochen (denke es sind eher 25%) waeren das ja 2,100 Barangays im besten Fall, halbe Stunde je Barangay (was natürlich nicht reicht um es sorgfältig zu machen) dann sind das 1,050 Stunden oder 26 Wochen wie gesagt bei 5% der Barangays und 30 Minuten jeweils....haben also nichts zu befürchten

    auf einmal doch nicht mehr die die gelobten Chinesen....

    PH gov’t asking Japan for allocation of ‘promising' anti-flu drug vs COVID-19

    MANILA — The Philippine government has requested an anti-flu drug that is believed to be effective against COVID-19 from Japan, a health official said Monday.


    “The government is trying to ask the government of Japan to allocate Avigan for the Philippines, Health Undersecretary Eric Domingo told ABS-CBN News.


    Avigan is the brand name for anti-flu drug favipiravir. The Chinese government has recently decided to officially use the Japanese-developed drug to treat patients with COVID-19.


    “Clinical studies in Japan show encouraging results,” said Domingo, who is also director general of the Food and Drug Administration, said.


    The Japanese government is already looking to officially approve Avigan as a treatment for COVID-19 once clinical trials conclude.


    However, it is not locally available in the Philippines.


    “There is no word yet from the manufacturer of Avigan so we do not yet know when it will be available here,” Domingo said.


    Avigan is among the drugs being tested worldwide as a treatment for COVID-19. Another drug that has shown promise is chloroquine, which was made to treat malaria.


    The Philippines is now studying the possibility of participating in the World Health Organization’s “Solidarity Trial,” which is a multi-country clinical trial program for COVID-19 treatment.


    As of Monday, there has been more than 700,000 cases of COVID-19 worldwide. More than 1,400 are in the Philippines.

    wie war das noch mit dem gutem Beispiel vorangehen....

    Duterte to COVID-19 healthcare workers: It's an honor to die for the country

    Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, March 31) — President Rodrigo Duterte said healthcare workers risking their lives in the battle against COVID-19 should consider themselves "lucky" that they are able to offer their lives for the country.


    "May mga doktor na, mga nurses, attendants, namatay. Sila ‘yung nasawi ang buhay para lang makatulong sa kapwa. Napakaswerte nila. Namatay sila para sa bayan. Iyon ang dapat ang rason na bakit tayo mamatay," Duterte said in his late night address to the public on Monday.


    He added, "Huwag tayong mamatay sa ibang rason, nasagasaan ka lang at wala ka namang ginawa. It would be an honor to die for your country, I assure you."


    [Translation: Doctors, nurses, attendants have died. They died while helping their countrymen. They are lucky to die for their country. That should be why people die, not because of some accident. It would be an honor to die for your country, I assure you.]


    At least 12 doctors in the frontline have died after being exposed to the novel coronavirus, while dozens are under quarantine because they may have been exposed to the highly-contagious viral disease.


    "Somehow let the thought comfort you that I really worry about you, that I worry that you will not be able to reach an old age with your children and grandchildren," Duterte said.

    The President said the deaths could have been prevented if they are fully covered by protective gear.


    "Ang pilosopiya ko ho ganito, sa nagtatrabaho, kung protected ka lang, eh make yourself fully covered, protected para walang madisgrasya," he said.


    The Private Hospitals Association of the Philippines Inc. (PHAPI) said health care workers are gravely exposed to the virus due to the shortage of protective gear. Several public and private hospitals and its medical frontliners have resorted to appealing to the public to donate personal protective equipment (PPE).


    The Health Department on Monday said it has acquired one million sets of PPE worth ₱1.8 billion to be given to health workers in referral hospitals for coronavirus patients in Luzon.


    Duterte assured the health care field the national government is doing all it can to provide for their needs.


    The Department of Health on Monday recorded 128 additional COVID-19 cases, bringing total number of cases to 1,546. The death toll is now 78, while recoveries remain at 42.

    und jetzt wollen wir mal den Bock zum Gärtner machen....sehr gewählte Ausdrucksweise, halt ne gute Kinderstube....

    Locsin to DOH: Let Chinese doctors in

    Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, March 28) — Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro "Teddy Boy" Locsin, Jr. on Saturday appealed to the Department of Health to allow China to send its doctors to the Philippines amid the COVID-19 crisis.


    Locsin disclosed on Twitter that he has asked his counterpart, Chinese Ambassador Huang Xilian, "to send us Chinese doctors." However, Locsin said the DOH is "blocking their arrival."

    "Don't piss me off. Let them in," Locsin said in an all-caps tweet.


    I ASKED AMB. HUANG to send us Chinese doctors. Interpreters are no problem: Chinese General Hospital and the Metropolitan Hospital—where Yuchengcos had equity, my daughter was born there—will readily supply them. BUT DOH is blocking their arrival. DON'T PISS ME OFF. LET THEM IN.
    — Teddy Locsin Jr. (@teddyboylocsin) March 28, 2020

    He said interpreters will not be a problem, since they can be deployed to hospitals like the Chinese General Hospital and the Metropolitan Medical Center in Manila.

    CNN Philippines has reached out to the DOH for comment.


    Foreign nationals are temporarily banned from entering the country as the Department of Foreign Affairs stopped issuing visas to all foreigners and canceled existing ones amid the global threat of COVID-19.


    The coronavirus outbreak has slowed down in China, where it began in December 2019, particularly in the City or Wuhan. There are now more COVID-19 cases in the United States and Italy than in China.


    Worldwide, COVID-19 has killed more than 27,000 people, mostly in Italy. Close to 600,000 people have been infected, according to the Johns Hopkins University's COVID-19 global tracker.

    The Philippines has 803 confirmed COVID-19 cases, with 54 deaths and 31 recoveries.


    The Private Hospitals Association of the Philippines Inc. on Thursday said at least nine doctors have succumbed to COVID-19 in the country, and that they were exposed to the virus due to the shortage of protective gear.

    jetzt hat er wohl vollends den Überblick verloren, nach 1 Woche schon die Kohle weg....

    ‘Where did the budget go?’ Duterte asked a week after he signed anti-COVID ‘Bayanihan’ act

    Questions were raised regarding the financial aid supposed to be provided to the health sector almost a week after the Bayanihan We Heal as One Act (RA 11469) was signed into law.


    The Philippine government allotted P275 billion worth of public funds which will used for the novel coronavirus response efforts as part of the new law, which also placed the country under a state of emergency effective for three months unless extended.


    It was signed into law last March 24. Nearly a week later, the government has yet to provide breakdown on how this hefty budget will be utilized by the government.


    Hazard pay and other benefits for the health workers, financial aid to the urban poor affected by the Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine and procurement of medical necessities are among the benefits stated in the provisions of the law.


    Several Filipinos, however, perceived that nothing came out of it several days after it was signed into law.


    “Can someone remind the president what he has are emergency powers and not emergency power naps,” author and film critic Richard Bolisay tweeted.


    Human rights lawyer Chel Diokno, meanwhile, shared a graphic checklist online to monitor if the government was able to allocate the budget properly based on the provisions of the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act.


    “Trabaho natin maging maalam para protektahan ang ating pamilya at komunidad. I-share ang checklist at alamin kung alin dito ang natapos na, gamit ang #Tanongngtaongbayan,” Diokno said.


    He also cited a provision in the law requiring Duterte to submit a report to Congress every Monday on how the budget was utilized.


    In Section 5 of the new law, it is stated that:

    “The President, during Monday of every week, shall submit a weekly report to Congress of all acts performed pursuant to this Act during the immediately preceding week. The report shall likewise include the amount and corresponding utilization of the funds used, augmented, reprogrammed, reallocated and realigned pursuant to this act.”


    Another user quipped that Duterte used the money to celebrate his 75th birthday last March 28.


    When the Palace first introduced the draft of the law, some Filipinos and members of the legal community expressed worry on the provisions that indicated a take over of private establishments and public utilities, and realigning funds from the 2020 national budget.


    After the 17-hour special Congress session and the passage of the law, however, Senators Panfilo Lacson and Sherwin Gatchalian assured the public that the Bayanihan to Heal as One Act is compliant with the Constitution and contains amendments that would benefit the general public, including the COVID-19 frontliners.

    People power

    Prior to the passage of the law, Filipinos have already practiced “bayanihan” via online charity campaigns to help those affected by the large-scale confinement.


    Some local personalities from the entertainment and music industry such as vlogger Mimiyuuuh and indie band Ben&Ben initiated online fundraising events and campaigns to support vulnerable sectors of the society and provide medical equipment for the health workers during the duration of the quarantine.


    A group of content creators, alumni of universities and non-government organizations such as Young Filipino Advocates of Critical Thinking and Rock Ed Philippines also previously launched donation drives to procure personal protective equipment, face masks, alcohol and hand sanitizers.


    Vice President Leni Robredo and other local government units such as the city governments of Marikina and in Pasig have also provided PPEs, test kits, temporary residences and food to various hospitals.

    Ja dann ist ja alles paletti, und soon kann auch Ende April sein, also nur keine falsche Hast, wir haben ja noch den ganzen April vor uns....dann bringen sie Erfinderwissen mit...

    Chinese Embassy confirms team of COVID-19 doctors, experts coming to Manila soon

    The Chinese Embassy in Manila confirmed on Monday that a team of Chinese medical experts will be coming to Manila to assist the Philippines in fighting COVID-19.


    In a statement, the Embassy said Chinese Ambassador Huang Xilian spoke with Health Secretary Francisco Duque III over the phone to discuss the details of the cooperation in the effort to mitigate the spread of the virus that originated from Wuhan in Hubei Province.


    According to Huang, the Chinese government will dispatch the Chinese medical expert team to the Philippines “upon the request of the Philippine government.”


    The Chinese envoy explained that the main task of the medical expert team is to provide technical advice on epidemic prevention and control, as well as share their experience in treating COVID-19 patients.


    In their conversation, Huang expressed his appreciation for the active role that Duque and the DOH played in the preparation of the arrival of the Chinese medical team.


    Duque, for his part, pledged that the DOH would coordinate with the Embassy to make sure the work of the medical expert team goes smoothly.


    While no specific date was mentioned, Philippines Ambassador to Beijing Jose Santiago Sta. Romana earlier said the medical team composed of Chinese doctors and experts on COVID-19 will be dispatched to Manila “soon.”