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FORMER Cebu City mayor Tomas “Tommy” Osmeña has challenged the Cebu Provincial Government’s ownership of the lot along Osmeña Blvd. where the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (CBRT) project is being implemented.During a press conference on Tuesday, March 5, 2024, he warned that if this fiasco continues, he will be forced to exercise his rights and reclaim the ownership of Osmeña Blvd., which had been donated by his late father Sergio “Serging” Osmeña Jr.Osmeña said Osmeña Blvd., which the CBRT traverses, and its surrounding premises used to belong to Cebu Heights Inc.He said his father was its president and principal stockholder.“My father gave the Province properties, in exchange for other properties, which my father did not get. Technically speaking, the deal was not valid,” Osmeña said.However, the Provincial Government under the administration of Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia earlier insisted that it owns portions of Osmeña Blvd. “We will see each other in court,” Osmeña said, referring to the Province’s claims.“It’s all part of the Cebu Heights (Inc.) and it’s owned 100 percent by my father. Even the part of the Fuente Osmeña (Circle) is owned by my father. I even have the title for it,” he said.If the Provincial Government insists on stopping the CBRT project citing its ownership of the lot, Osmeña said he will reclaim the property.Administrative Order 253Then President Carlos Garcia signed Administrative Order 253 on Oct. 7, 1957, where he exonerated Serging, who was then governor, and three others for dishonesty and grave misconduct in office allegedly committed in connection with the execution of a deed of exchange involving certain parcels of land by and between the Province and Cebu Heights.Garcia then withheld action on the deed of exchange executed in November 1954.The exchange involved three big lots of the Province and 14 smaller lots of Cebu Heights, which formed part of two national roads in Cebu City.Meanwhile, the former mayor reacted negatively to the two resolutions passed by the Provincial Board (PB) on Monday demanding the stoppage of the CBRT implementation, and the Feb. 21 motion of the Cebu City Council, pushed by City Councilor James Anthony Cuenco, which called for the suspension of scheduled civil works for CBRT Packages 2 and 3.He said the National Government will not heed the call of the PB and City Council to halt the project’s civil works.He said both PB and the council have “no teeth” to stop the project.Osmeña said stopping the project will not solve the problem, but only worsen it.The CBRT was Osmeña’s brainchild. He had pushed for it when he was still mayor and then congressman.During the press con, he said he envisioned the CBRT to alleviate the commuting woes of residents in Barangay Talamban and Bulacao going to and from the downtown area, citing that a dedicated bus lane will be beneficial to Cebuanos who cannot acquire motor vehicles.Discussions on the proposed BRT system started during his term.In 1997, Osmeña visited Curitiba, Brazil, where the first BRT was implemented in 1974.Possible repercussionsIn 2008, the Asian Development Bank, World Bank and Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund of Japan approved the project’s pre-feasibility study, according to Osmeña.He said stopping the CBRT may result in a negative credit rating for the Philippine Government in terms of foreign financing and funding agreements with international financial institutions.“The Philippine Government will never have an international bilateral agreement because if you do that you will be blacklisted from all donors and donations around the world,” Osmeña said. “They will not spoil their international credit rating just because Councilor Cuenco and some crazy Provincial Board members start ego tripping and say we should stop CBRT.”He pointed out that the CBRT was funded not only by the World Bank but also by the French Development Agency and the Philippine Government.The CBRT took 20 years to get off the ground.The entire CBRT system is composed of three packages:Package 1 consists of a 2.38-kilometer segregated bus lane with four bus stations and 1.15 kilometers of pedestrian improvements from the Cebu South Bus Terminal to the Capitol building.Package 2 features a 10.8-kilometer segregated bus lane with 13 bus stations, including a bus terminal at the South Road Properties, a roundabout facility in Cebu IT Park, and a depot in SRP.Package 3 includes the construction of a 22.1-kilometer feeder route, with 76 bus stops including feeder terminals in Barangay Talamban in Cebu City and in Talisay City. / EHP Is there a game that pays real money? Philippines CEBU City Mayor Michael Rama has become “toxic” for Cebu City.This was how Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) chairman Jose Daluz III described Rama after the mayor divulged his plans, including his lineup, for the 2025 midterm elections.Daluz, in a statement on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2024, said the opposition must unite to remove Rama from his position as local chief executive of Cebu City.“The opposition against the dancing and singing mayor of ‘Singapoor-like’ Melbourne features must unite to remove toxic Mike,” he said.Daluz said there are other leaders in Cebu who can better lead the city.“Save Cebu against toxic Mike,” Daluz said.He said the mayor has been making enemies, and cited the latter’s rift with the Cebu Port Authority (CPA) over the Compania Maritima property, as well as with the MCWD after Rama ordered the water district to stop all its excavations in the city.He said Rama also created bad blood with local government units (LGUs) in Cebu Province when the mayor insisted on holding the Sinulog Festival at the South Road Properties in the last two years.“He has been creating a lot of enemies, to the governor, to the CPA, and to the MCWD. Cebu City’s relationship to other LGUs is no longer healthy. I feel that,” Daluz said.“I think he needs to retire,” he added.SunStar Cebu tried to get Rama’s reaction to Daluz’s call for his removal, but the mayor had not replied as of press time.Last Saturday, Feb. 17, Rama announced that Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia would still be his running mate next year. He also disclosed on Monday, Feb. 19, the list of possible candidates who would be joining his slate.“Old-timers”Eleven are local legislators who were part of Team Barug’s lineup during the May 2022 elections.They are City Councilors Pastor Alcover, Noel Wenceslao, Edgardo “Jaypee” Labella II and Jerry Guardo from the north district; and City Councilors Jocelyn Pesquera, Donaldo “Dondon” Hontiveros, Rey Gealon, Phillip Zafra, Renato Osmeña, James Anthony Cuenco and Francis Esparis from the south district.Rama also included City Councilor Nestor Archival from the north district and ex-officio councilor Kasambagan Barangay Captain and Association of Barangay Councils president Franklyn Ong, as well as former Sangguniang Kabataaan (SK) president Jessica Resch.He also said he would support North District Rep. Rachel Marguerite “Cutie” del Mar.Archival, Ong and del Mar are members of the opposition Bando Osmeña-Pundok Kauswagan, which is led by former mayor Tomas Osmeña. “Newcomers”Rama also mentioned some new names who would be joining him, including Sambag I Barangay Captain Aileen Guardo, Cebu City Medical Center Director Peter Mancao, former Calape, Bohol mayor Ernest Herrera, Cebu City United Vendors Association Inc. president Maria Pino, and lawyer Melvin Legazpi for the north district; and his son Mikel for the south district.He said South District Rep. Edu Rama would be running for reelection under his team.Rama said City Councilor Joel Garganera is not on the list because the latter is on his last term. The City Council is composed of 18 councilors, with 16 elected from the two districts and two elected from the ranks of barangay captains and the SK. Daluz and Rama have been bickering since May 2023 after Rama dismissed Daluz as chairman of the MCWD board of directors.Last Oct. 31, Rama appointed Melquiades Feliciano, Aristotle Batuhan and Nelson Yuvallos to replace Daluz and MCWD board members Miguelito Pato and Jodelyn May Seno.Daluz’s Panaghiusa, Rama’s Partido Barug, and Vice Mayor Garcia’s Kugi Uswag Sugbo joined forces during the May 2022 elections.

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CEBU City Mayor Michael Rama has become “toxic” for Cebu City.This was how Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) chairman Jose Daluz III described Rama after the mayor divulged his plans, including his lineup, for the 2025 midterm elections.Daluz, in a statement on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2024, said the opposition must unite to remove Rama from his position as local chief executive of Cebu City.“The opposition against the dancing and singing mayor of ‘Singapoor-like’ Melbourne features must unite to remove toxic Mike,” he said.Daluz said there are other leaders in Cebu who can better lead the city.“Save Cebu against toxic Mike,” Daluz said.He said the mayor has been making enemies, and cited the latter’s rift with the Cebu Port Authority (CPA) over the Compania Maritima property, as well as with the MCWD after Rama ordered the water district to stop all its excavations in the city.He said Rama also created bad blood with local government units (LGUs) in Cebu Province when the mayor insisted on holding the Sinulog Festival at the South Road Properties in the last two years.“He has been creating a lot of enemies, to the governor, to the CPA, and to the MCWD. Cebu City’s relationship to other LGUs is no longer healthy. I feel that,” Daluz said.“I think he needs to retire,” he added.SunStar Cebu tried to get Rama’s reaction to Daluz’s call for his removal, but the mayor had not replied as of press time.Last Saturday, Feb. 17, Rama announced that Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia would still be his running mate next year. He also disclosed on Monday, Feb. 19, the list of possible candidates who would be joining his slate.“Old-timers”Eleven are local legislators who were part of Team Barug’s lineup during the May 2022 elections.They are City Councilors Pastor Alcover, Noel Wenceslao, Edgardo “Jaypee” Labella II and Jerry Guardo from the north district; and City Councilors Jocelyn Pesquera, Donaldo “Dondon” Hontiveros, Rey Gealon, Phillip Zafra, Renato Osmeña, James Anthony Cuenco and Francis Esparis from the south district.Rama also included City Councilor Nestor Archival from the north district and ex-officio councilor Kasambagan Barangay Captain and Association of Barangay Councils president Franklyn Ong, as well as former Sangguniang Kabataaan (SK) president Jessica Resch.He also said he would support North District Rep. Rachel Marguerite “Cutie” del Mar.Archival, Ong and del Mar are members of the opposition Bando Osmeña-Pundok Kauswagan, which is led by former mayor Tomas Osmeña. “Newcomers”Rama also mentioned some new names who would be joining him, including Sambag I Barangay Captain Aileen Guardo, Cebu City Medical Center Director Peter Mancao, former Calape, Bohol mayor Ernest Herrera, Cebu City United Vendors Association Inc. president Maria Pino, and lawyer Melvin Legazpi for the north district; and his son Mikel for the south district.He said South District Rep. Edu Rama would be running for reelection under his team.Rama said City Councilor Joel Garganera is not on the list because the latter is on his last term. The City Council is composed of 18 councilors, with 16 elected from the two districts and two elected from the ranks of barangay captains and the SK. Daluz and Rama have been bickering since May 2023 after Rama dismissed Daluz as chairman of the MCWD board of directors.Last Oct. 31, Rama appointed Melquiades Feliciano, Aristotle Batuhan and Nelson Yuvallos to replace Daluz and MCWD board members Miguelito Pato and Jodelyn May Seno.Daluz’s Panaghiusa, Rama’s Partido Barug, and Vice Mayor Garcia’s Kugi Uswag Sugbo joined forces during the May 2022 elections. How can I play games online? HEALTH officials in the cities of Mandaue and Lapu-Lapu in Cebu have confirmed logging pertussis cases, including several suspected pertussis cases, especially among children and infants.Agnes Realiza, head of the Lapu-Lapu City Health Office (LCHO), and Debra Catulong, head of the Mandaue City Health Office (MCHO), said in an interview with SunStar Tuesday, March 26, 2024, that they have been increasing the administration of pentavalent vaccines to contain the spread of the disease, particularly among toddlers and infants.They have also been conducting catch-up vaccinations, or administering vaccines to those who missed out on a particular vaccine at the recommended age or missed a scheduled vaccination dose. The pentavalent vaccine, as defined by the World Health Organization, protects children and infants from potentially deadly diseases, which include diphtheria, tetanus, Hib, hepatitis B, and pertussis.Realiza reported on March 25 that there was only one confirmed case of pertussis in Lapu-Lapu, while 15 were suspected to be pertussis cases. These 15, however, were later identified to be not related to the respiratory illness.Catulong, for her part, did not give an exact number but confirmed that Mandaue City also has confirmed and suspected cases of the disease.Both Mandaue and Lapu-Lapu have had no outbreaks of pertussis, said the two officials.Early consultation Both Realiza and Catulong recommended that parents should seek immediate medical consultation, such as visiting the LCHO and MCHO, if they notice that their children have coughs and colds. Catulong also reminded parents to follow the instructions for medication intake and isolate the pertussis-infected child from other children to prevent contamination.According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), pertussis, commonly known as "whooping cough," is a highly contagious respiratory tract infection that can affect people of all ages but is especially dangerous for babies. It is caused by the bacterium Bordetella pertussis.The bacteria spread easily from person to person through the air. The CDC said the whooping cough can only be contracted from other humans.The early symptoms of pertussis include a runny or stuffy nose, a mild and occasional cough (mostly common for adults), low-grade fever (less than 38 degrees Celsius), apnea (life-threatening pauses in breathing), and cyanosis (turning blue or purple) in babies and toddlers.If left untreated for two weeks, the infected person may start to develop whooping cough, which is later accompanied by paroxysms -- rapid, violent, uncontrollable coughing fits that can cause the infected person to struggle to breathe and vomit that last up to 10 weeks.The CDC said babies infected with pertussis are likely to suffer from difficulty in breathing, while teenagers and adults generally have milder symptoms.Hand washing Realiza and Catulong advised the public to practice proper handwashing and resume wearing face masks to prevent the spread of the disease.The two health officials emphasized the importance of vaccinating children against common diseases like pertussis and seeking regular check-ups at health centers.Realiza said they continue to conduct health education for parents in Lapu-Lapu to properly take care of their children and ensure they receive ample nutrition.Expected to riseIn the past week, three cities in the Philippines -- Quezon, Pasig, and Iloilo -- have declared an outbreak of pertussis.Quezon and Pasig recorded almost 50 cases and six deaths, while Iloilo reported 15 cases with eight suspected cases. Department of Health (DOH) Undersecretary Eric Tayag said many areas in the country are on high alert due to the spread of pertussis, especially among children. The DOH expects the number of cases to continue to rise. Within the first 10 weeks of 2024, 453 Filipinos across the country were diagnosed with pertussis.The National Capital Region reported the highest number of cases with 38, followed by Calabarzon and Central Visayas. So far, 35 people have died due to this infection, said the DOH. (HIC)

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HEALTH officials in the cities of Mandaue and Lapu-Lapu in Cebu have confirmed logging pertussis cases, including several suspected pertussis cases, especially among children and infants.Agnes Realiza, head of the Lapu-Lapu City Health Office (LCHO), and Debra Catulong, head of the Mandaue City Health Office (MCHO), said in an interview with SunStar Tuesday, March 26, 2024, that they have been increasing the administration of pentavalent vaccines to contain the spread of the disease, particularly among toddlers and infants.They have also been conducting catch-up vaccinations, or administering vaccines to those who missed out on a particular vaccine at the recommended age or missed a scheduled vaccination dose. The pentavalent vaccine, as defined by the World Health Organization, protects children and infants from potentially deadly diseases, which include diphtheria, tetanus, Hib, hepatitis B, and pertussis.Realiza reported on March 25 that there was only one confirmed case of pertussis in Lapu-Lapu, while 15 were suspected to be pertussis cases. These 15, however, were later identified to be not related to the respiratory illness.Catulong, for her part, did not give an exact number but confirmed that Mandaue City also has confirmed and suspected cases of the disease.Both Mandaue and Lapu-Lapu have had no outbreaks of pertussis, said the two officials.Early consultation Both Realiza and Catulong recommended that parents should seek immediate medical consultation, such as visiting the LCHO and MCHO, if they notice that their children have coughs and colds. Catulong also reminded parents to follow the instructions for medication intake and isolate the pertussis-infected child from other children to prevent contamination.According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), pertussis, commonly known as "whooping cough," is a highly contagious respiratory tract infection that can affect people of all ages but is especially dangerous for babies. It is caused by the bacterium Bordetella pertussis.The bacteria spread easily from person to person through the air. The CDC said the whooping cough can only be contracted from other humans.The early symptoms of pertussis include a runny or stuffy nose, a mild and occasional cough (mostly common for adults), low-grade fever (less than 38 degrees Celsius), apnea (life-threatening pauses in breathing), and cyanosis (turning blue or purple) in babies and toddlers.If left untreated for two weeks, the infected person may start to develop whooping cough, which is later accompanied by paroxysms -- rapid, violent, uncontrollable coughing fits that can cause the infected person to struggle to breathe and vomit that last up to 10 weeks.The CDC said babies infected with pertussis are likely to suffer from difficulty in breathing, while teenagers and adults generally have milder symptoms.Hand washing Realiza and Catulong advised the public to practice proper handwashing and resume wearing face masks to prevent the spread of the disease.The two health officials emphasized the importance of vaccinating children against common diseases like pertussis and seeking regular check-ups at health centers.Realiza said they continue to conduct health education for parents in Lapu-Lapu to properly take care of their children and ensure they receive ample nutrition.Expected to riseIn the past week, three cities in the Philippines -- Quezon, Pasig, and Iloilo -- have declared an outbreak of pertussis.Quezon and Pasig recorded almost 50 cases and six deaths, while Iloilo reported 15 cases with eight suspected cases. Department of Health (DOH) Undersecretary Eric Tayag said many areas in the country are on high alert due to the spread of pertussis, especially among children. The DOH expects the number of cases to continue to rise. Within the first 10 weeks of 2024, 453 Filipinos across the country were diagnosed with pertussis.The National Capital Region reported the highest number of cases with 38, followed by Calabarzon and Central Visayas. So far, 35 people have died due to this infection, said the DOH. (HIC) How can I play games online? FORMER Cebu City mayor Tomas “Tommy” Osmeña has challenged the Cebu Provincial Government’s ownership of the lot along Osmeña Blvd. where the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (CBRT) project is being implemented.During a press conference on Tuesday, March 5, 2024, he warned that if this fiasco continues, he will be forced to exercise his rights and reclaim the ownership of Osmeña Blvd., which had been donated by his late father Sergio “Serging” Osmeña Jr.Osmeña said Osmeña Blvd., which the CBRT traverses, and its surrounding premises used to belong to Cebu Heights Inc.He said his father was its president and principal stockholder.“My father gave the Province properties, in exchange for other properties, which my father did not get. Technically speaking, the deal was not valid,” Osmeña said.However, the Provincial Government under the administration of Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia earlier insisted that it owns portions of Osmeña Blvd. “We will see each other in court,” Osmeña said, referring to the Province’s claims.“It’s all part of the Cebu Heights (Inc.) and it’s owned 100 percent by my father. Even the part of the Fuente Osmeña (Circle) is owned by my father. I even have the title for it,” he said.If the Provincial Government insists on stopping the CBRT project citing its ownership of the lot, Osmeña said he will reclaim the property.Administrative Order 253Then President Carlos Garcia signed Administrative Order 253 on Oct. 7, 1957, where he exonerated Serging, who was then governor, and three others for dishonesty and grave misconduct in office allegedly committed in connection with the execution of a deed of exchange involving certain parcels of land by and between the Province and Cebu Heights.Garcia then withheld action on the deed of exchange executed in November 1954.The exchange involved three big lots of the Province and 14 smaller lots of Cebu Heights, which formed part of two national roads in Cebu City.Meanwhile, the former mayor reacted negatively to the two resolutions passed by the Provincial Board (PB) on Monday demanding the stoppage of the CBRT implementation, and the Feb. 21 motion of the Cebu City Council, pushed by City Councilor James Anthony Cuenco, which called for the suspension of scheduled civil works for CBRT Packages 2 and 3.He said the National Government will not heed the call of the PB and City Council to halt the project’s civil works.He said both PB and the council have “no teeth” to stop the project.Osmeña said stopping the project will not solve the problem, but only worsen it.The CBRT was Osmeña’s brainchild. He had pushed for it when he was still mayor and then congressman.During the press con, he said he envisioned the CBRT to alleviate the commuting woes of residents in Barangay Talamban and Bulacao going to and from the downtown area, citing that a dedicated bus lane will be beneficial to Cebuanos who cannot acquire motor vehicles.Discussions on the proposed BRT system started during his term.In 1997, Osmeña visited Curitiba, Brazil, where the first BRT was implemented in 1974.Possible repercussionsIn 2008, the Asian Development Bank, World Bank and Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund of Japan approved the project’s pre-feasibility study, according to Osmeña.He said stopping the CBRT may result in a negative credit rating for the Philippine Government in terms of foreign financing and funding agreements with international financial institutions.“The Philippine Government will never have an international bilateral agreement because if you do that you will be blacklisted from all donors and donations around the world,” Osmeña said. “They will not spoil their international credit rating just because Councilor Cuenco and some crazy Provincial Board members start ego tripping and say we should stop CBRT.”He pointed out that the CBRT was funded not only by the World Bank but also by the French Development Agency and the Philippine Government.The CBRT took 20 years to get off the ground.The entire CBRT system is composed of three packages:Package 1 consists of a 2.38-kilometer segregated bus lane with four bus stations and 1.15 kilometers of pedestrian improvements from the Cebu South Bus Terminal to the Capitol building.Package 2 features a 10.8-kilometer segregated bus lane with 13 bus stations, including a bus terminal at the South Road Properties, a roundabout facility in Cebu IT Park, and a depot in SRP.Package 3 includes the construction of a 22.1-kilometer feeder route, with 76 bus stops including feeder terminals in Barangay Talamban in Cebu City and in Talisay City. / EHP

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FORMER Cebu City mayor Tomas “Tommy” Osmeña has challenged the Cebu Provincial Government’s ownership of the lot along Osmeña Blvd. where the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (CBRT) project is being implemented.During a press conference on Tuesday, March 5, 2024, he warned that if this fiasco continues, he will be forced to exercise his rights and reclaim the ownership of Osmeña Blvd., which had been donated by his late father Sergio “Serging” Osmeña Jr.Osmeña said Osmeña Blvd., which the CBRT traverses, and its surrounding premises used to belong to Cebu Heights Inc.He said his father was its president and principal stockholder.“My father gave the Province properties, in exchange for other properties, which my father did not get. Technically speaking, the deal was not valid,” Osmeña said.However, the Provincial Government under the administration of Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia earlier insisted that it owns portions of Osmeña Blvd. “We will see each other in court,” Osmeña said, referring to the Province’s claims.“It’s all part of the Cebu Heights (Inc.) and it’s owned 100 percent by my father. Even the part of the Fuente Osmeña (Circle) is owned by my father. I even have the title for it,” he said.If the Provincial Government insists on stopping the CBRT project citing its ownership of the lot, Osmeña said he will reclaim the property.Administrative Order 253Then President Carlos Garcia signed Administrative Order 253 on Oct. 7, 1957, where he exonerated Serging, who was then governor, and three others for dishonesty and grave misconduct in office allegedly committed in connection with the execution of a deed of exchange involving certain parcels of land by and between the Province and Cebu Heights.Garcia then withheld action on the deed of exchange executed in November 1954.The exchange involved three big lots of the Province and 14 smaller lots of Cebu Heights, which formed part of two national roads in Cebu City.Meanwhile, the former mayor reacted negatively to the two resolutions passed by the Provincial Board (PB) on Monday demanding the stoppage of the CBRT implementation, and the Feb. 21 motion of the Cebu City Council, pushed by City Councilor James Anthony Cuenco, which called for the suspension of scheduled civil works for CBRT Packages 2 and 3.He said the National Government will not heed the call of the PB and City Council to halt the project’s civil works.He said both PB and the council have “no teeth” to stop the project.Osmeña said stopping the project will not solve the problem, but only worsen it.The CBRT was Osmeña’s brainchild. He had pushed for it when he was still mayor and then congressman.During the press con, he said he envisioned the CBRT to alleviate the commuting woes of residents in Barangay Talamban and Bulacao going to and from the downtown area, citing that a dedicated bus lane will be beneficial to Cebuanos who cannot acquire motor vehicles.Discussions on the proposed BRT system started during his term.In 1997, Osmeña visited Curitiba, Brazil, where the first BRT was implemented in 1974.Possible repercussionsIn 2008, the Asian Development Bank, World Bank and Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund of Japan approved the project’s pre-feasibility study, according to Osmeña.He said stopping the CBRT may result in a negative credit rating for the Philippine Government in terms of foreign financing and funding agreements with international financial institutions.“The Philippine Government will never have an international bilateral agreement because if you do that you will be blacklisted from all donors and donations around the world,” Osmeña said. “They will not spoil their international credit rating just because Councilor Cuenco and some crazy Provincial Board members start ego tripping and say we should stop CBRT.”He pointed out that the CBRT was funded not only by the World Bank but also by the French Development Agency and the Philippine Government.The CBRT took 20 years to get off the ground.The entire CBRT system is composed of three packages:Package 1 consists of a 2.38-kilometer segregated bus lane with four bus stations and 1.15 kilometers of pedestrian improvements from the Cebu South Bus Terminal to the Capitol building.Package 2 features a 10.8-kilometer segregated bus lane with 13 bus stations, including a bus terminal at the South Road Properties, a roundabout facility in Cebu IT Park, and a depot in SRP.Package 3 includes the construction of a 22.1-kilometer feeder route, with 76 bus stops including feeder terminals in Barangay Talamban in Cebu City and in Talisay City. / EHP, check the following table to see what categories most online casinos in the Philippines fit in.

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Cebu City’s relationship to other LGUs is no longer healthy. I feel that,” Daluz said.“I think he needs to retire,” he added.SunStar Cebu tried to get Rama’s reaction to Daluz’s call for his removal, but the mayor had not replied as of press time.Last Saturday, Feb. 17, Rama announced that Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia would still be his running mate next year. He also disclosed on Monday, Feb. 19, the list of possible candidates who would be joining his slate.“Old-timers”Eleven are local legislators who were part of Team Barug’s lineup during the May 2022 elections.They are City Councilors Pastor Alcover, Noel Wenceslao, Edgardo “Jaypee” Labella II and Jerry Guardo from the north district; and City Councilors Jocelyn Pesquera, Donaldo “Dondon” Hontiveros, Rey Gealon, Phillip Zafra, Renato Osmeña, James Anthony Cuenco and Francis Esparis from the south district.Rama also included City Councilor Nestor Archival from the north district and ex-officio councilor Kasambagan Barangay Captain and Association of Barangay Councils president Franklyn Ong, as well as former Sangguniang Kabataaan (SK) president Jessica Resch.He also said he would support North District Rep. 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Catulong also reminded parents to follow the instructions for medication intake and isolate the pertussis-infected child from other children to prevent contamination.According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), pertussis, commonly known as "whooping cough," is a highly contagious respiratory tract infection that can affect people of all ages but is especially dangerous for babies. It is caused by the bacterium Bordetella pertussis.The bacteria spread easily from person to person through the air. The CDC said the whooping cough can only be contracted from other humans.The early symptoms of pertussis include a runny or stuffy nose, a mild and occasional cough (mostly common for adults), low-grade fever (less than 38 degrees Celsius), apnea (life-threatening pauses in breathing), and cyanosis (turning blue or purple) in babies and toddlers.If left untreated for two weeks, the infected person may start to develop whooping cough, which is later accompanied by paroxysms -- rapid, violent, uncontrollable coughing fits that can cause the infected person to struggle to breathe and vomit that last up to 10 weeks.The CDC said babies infected with pertussis are likely to suffer from difficulty in breathing, while teenagers and adults generally have milder symptoms.Hand washing Realiza and Catulong advised the public to practice proper handwashing and resume wearing face masks to prevent the spread of the disease.The two health officials emphasized the importance of vaccinating children against common diseases like pertussis and seeking regular check-ups at health centers.Realiza said they continue to conduct health education for parents in Lapu-Lapu to properly take care of their children and ensure they receive ample nutrition.Expected to riseIn the past week, three cities in the Philippines -- Quezon, Pasig, and Iloilo -- have declared an outbreak of pertussis.Quezon and Pasig recorded almost 50 cases and six deaths, while Iloilo reported 15 cases with eight suspected cases. Department of Health (DOH) Undersecretary Eric Tayag said many areas in the country are on high alert due to the spread of pertussis, especially among children. The DOH expects the number of cases to continue to rise. Within the first 10 weeks of 2024, 453 Filipinos across the country were diagnosed with pertussis.The National Capital Region reported the highest number of cases with 38, followed by Calabarzon and Central Visayas. So far, 35 people have died due to this infection, said the DOH. (HIC)

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