Four soldiers were killed and 17 wounded in a clash with militants in the southern Philippines, the military said Saturday.
Millions of people returned to work in the Philippine capital on Monday as one of the world's strictest and longest coronavirus lockdowns was eased to help resuscitate an economy that has been battered by the closure.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said he will not allow students to go back to school until a coronavirus vaccine is available, even as some countries resume in-person classes.
The Philippines' health ministry on Wednesday recorded 279 additional confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus, the highest daily increase in nine days, and five additional deaths.
Shopping malls in the Philippines reopened on Saturday as the government eased restrictions imposed two months ago to contain the spread of the coronavirus ...
At least 100 Covid-19 patients in the Philippines will be given the anti-flu drug Avigan from Japan, as part of a clinical trial in treating the highly contagious disease, the Health Department said on Wednesday.
Telecoms regulators in the Philippines have ordered the country's largest television network - a repeated target of criticism by President Rodrigo Duterte - to stop operations after lawmakers failed to renew its franchise.
The Philippines barred incoming passenger flights from Sunday morning for one week to contain the spread of the coronavirus and help reduce pressure on quarantine facilities ...
The Philippines on Monday reported 198 new coronavirus cases and 10 more deaths, bringing the country's tally to 7,777 cases and 511 fatalities.
The Philippines introduced a more aggressive testing programme for the coronavirus on Tuesday to locate as many as 15,000 unknown infections, despite having implemented some of Asia's strictest and earliest lockdown measures.
The Philippine government on Tuesday extended a lockdown imposed on the country's most populous island for two more weeks, in a bid to delay a peak in coronavirus infections.