24 Oras January 22 2018 Full Episode Replay
Before the launch of the weekend edition, 24 Oras occasionally appeared on weekends during special coverages and the weekend before the elections instead of airing GMA Weekend Report. Notable guest anchors (once appeared) for the special edition were Saksi anchors Arnold Clavio and Vicky Morales. Balitanghali anchor Pia Arcangel and Reporter’s Notebook host Jiggy Manicad were the anchors of weekend edition. Unlike the weekday edition, one of the anchors narrate the headlines.
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Haploss January 22 2018 Full Episode Replay
Haplos is a supernatural drama television series that premiered on July 10, 2017. Starring Sanya Lopez and Rocco Nacino.
New icons unearthed in the latest iOS 11.2.5 developer build suggest you can disable the always-listening microphones on Apple’s HomePod speaker. Apple had never explicitly listed that as a feature of its delayed smart speaker, even though it’s standard fare on speakers offered by category leaders Amazon and Google (and even Sonos). The discovery was first announced by Filipe Espósito on Twitter (via 9to5Mac).
While everyone loves the idea of room-filling compact speakers in their house, many are less enthusiastic about the idea of sprinkling internet-connected microphones around the home. Apple made a big deal about privacy, as it often does, at the unveiling of the HomePod in June, noting that nothing is sent to Apple until a “Hey, Siri” is detected locally on the device. After the magic phrase is heard, an anonymous ID is assigned and the request is encrypted before anything’s sent over the wires. All well and good, but that’s certainly not as private as shutting off the mics altogether.
The $349 Apple HomePod was originally supposed to go on sale in December for the US, UK, and Australia, but that date was revised to “early 2018” just before launch. Discovery of the HomePod icons would suggest that date to now be sooner rather than later.
MANILA, Philippines — The University of Santo Tomas administration on Monday denied that it had anything to do in the decision to recognize Presidential Communications Assistant Secretary Esther Margaux “Mocha” Uson for working in government.
In a statement, UST clarified that the award given to Uson came from the UST Alumni Association Inc.
“The UAAI is a corporation distinct and separate from UST. It has its own board of trustees and operates independently. The University does not interfere with the affairs of UAAI or any of its alumni organizations,” it said.
UST noted that it only bestows The Outstanding Thomasian Alumni Awards—the highest citation it gives to exceptional alumni. That award has a stringent screening process.
UAAI earlier issued a statement, noting its decision to recognize alumni in government service was meant to challenge recipients to uphold UST’s core values of compassion, competence and commitment.
It said criteria are for the recipients to be:
- A graduate of the University of Santo Tomas
- Working for the House of Representatives, Senate, judiciary or executive
The Presidential Communications assistant secretary earned a bachelor’s degree in Science in Medical Technology in 1998.
She also took up Medicine at the UST Faculty of Medicine and Surgery but later chose to focus on a career in entertainment.
Uson’s inclusion in the list created buzz on social media Sunday night, with many individuals, including Thomasians, saying she is undeserving of the award.
UST Central Student Council issued a statement saying Uson, whom it described as “widely known as the main purveyor of politically-motivated propaganda against known members of the government’s opposition, and an avid spreader of fake news” did not deserve the citation.
But for Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque, the award validates that Uson’s appointment was for good reasons.
Senator Sherwin Gatchalian on Monday quizzed former Health Secretary Janette Garin on why she was discussing the price of the dengue vaccine Dengvaxia with pharmaceutical firm executives in June 2015 when a technical working group would recommend pilot testing in August that year.
During the resumption of the Senate blue ribbon committee hearing on Dengvaxia, Gatchalian said that the timeline on the Dengvaxia deal did not make sense, particularly when Garin supposedly negotiated with French pharmaceutical company Sanofi Pasteur on June 9, 2015 in order to reduce the cost of the vaccines.
“The timeline does not make sense. Nung June 9 nagnenegotiate na kayo allegedly doon sa presyo pero naglabas itong TWG (technical working group) August 25, 2015 na gawing pilot testing muna, so in other words, nagnenegotiate na kayo…bumili…pero sabi ng TWG eh konti muna yung bilhin,” Gatchalian said.
Garin denied that she had negotiated for the procurement of Dengvaxia with Sanofi’s officials on June 9, 2015, saying that it was only a “formal meeting.”
“The companies would usually present to the Department of Health that this is the price, the current price for the market and to take off your honor, for the record, allow me to submit the policy development process for the dengue public program,” Garin said.
“Because on September 2014, during that meeting in the Office of the Secretary where I was still an Undersecretary and the clinical trials of the dengue vaccine in the Latin America was presented, Secretary [Enrique] Ona inquired on the price of the vaccine and communicated to Dr. Lyndon Lee Suy and Asec. Eric Tayag to come up with mechanism to estimate the need and prioritize the recipient of vaccine, this was done in good faith considering the data presented at that time,” she added.
However, Gatchalian further pressed Garin saying that documents submitted to the Senate showed that officials recommended that the vaccination program should have not been done in a “large scale.”
“Secretary again, I want to give you the benefit of the doubt, we’re trying to understand your decision making process and from the documents submitted to us, lahat po sinasabi maliit lang po dapat yung pilot testing, ‘wag gawin in a large scale, mag-ingat ho pero yet as early as June 9, meron na pong meeting with Sanofi and it seems to me from the timeline also, you were already decided as early as June 9,” Gatchalian said.
Garin insisted that she did have decision to procure Dengvaxia last June 2015, citing that minutes of their meeting will prove her claim.
“Your honor, if I may, pasensya na po talaga but I have to correct that, it’s not true that on June 9 that I had a decision to procure the vaccine because the minutes will show and I’m not sure if it was Usec. [Gerardo] Bayugo or Usec.[Vicente] Belizario who was present in that revelation of price by Sanofi Pasteur,” Garin said.
“Your honor, If I may, we have the timeline that happened both on policy and regulation at hindi naman po kasi ibig sabihin na bawat kumpanya at lalo’t na bago ang gamot as they reveal the price to DOH, eh bibilhin po ng department,” she added.
Gatchalian then said that the procurement of Dengvaxia was still fast-tracked as the Food and Drug Administration had immediately approved the marketing and issued the certificate of product registration of Dengvaxia on December 22, 2015.
“So that’s six months, mabilis po talaga by any government standards na nagkaron ng decision, binili by December at tinurukan by April that’s a span of more or less nine months by any government we all work here in government, mabilis ho talaga ‘yan,” Gatchalian said.
“We are now administering this to 800,000 students which is against what the TWG said, recommended, again babalik po ako, sino sino ba ho ang nagrekomenda sa inyo, ‘pakita niyo ho samin yung dokumento ng discussions, dahil para sa akin ho kayo lang ang nagdecide,” he added.
At least 830,000 public school students have been vaccinated with Dengvaxia in Central Luzon, Calabarzon, Metro Manila, and Cebu according to DOH.
The vaccination program of the DOH began in April 2016, initially targeting a million children. It was to be given in three doses spaced six months apart.
It was however put on hold last month following Sanofi’s advisory that Dengvaxia should not be given to patients who have not had dengue in the past as it may cause severe diseases in the long run.
Sanofi has been fined P100,000 while the Dengvaxia’s certificate of product registration was suspended by the Food and Drug Administration.
Sanofi has also agreed to reimburse the Philippine government for the P1.4 billion unsused stock of Dengvaxia. —NB, GMA News
A representative of Sanofi Pasteur on Monday promised that the pharmaceutical company will shoulder the medical expenses of cases, including deaths, caused by their Dengvaxia vaccine.
At the continuation of the Senate blue ribbon committee hearing on the P3.5-billion dengue vaccine purchase, Sanofi Asia Paficic Thomas Triomphe said that he “sympathizes” with the parents whose children were administered with Dengvaxia.
“We have high ethics and obviously, should there be any case related to vaccination, be death or any other case, we will shoulder the cost if there is any casuality that has been demonstrated by scientific evidence,” Triomphe said.
Senator Risa Hontiveros, who posed the question to Sanofi, then thanked Triomphe for his commitment to shoulder the medical expenses.
Triomphe then replied: “I’m saying that we will shoulder the cost of any death or other event that is causally related to the vaccination.”
The Dengvaxia vaccine became controversial after Sanofi advised against prescribing the vaccine to patients who have not been infected by the virus in the past, since it was found that it may cause severe dengue in the long run.
According to the DOH, at least 830,000 public school students have been vaccinated with Dengvaxia in Central Luzon, Calabarzon, Metro Manila, and Cebu.
Mom worried for daughter
Parents of students who received the vaccine believe Dengvaxia is to blame for the deteroriation of their kids’ health.
Ian Colite’s son died last month after having rashes and experiencing fatigue. He said his son received three doses of vaccine on June 2016, January 2017, and June 2017.
“Malakas ‘yung anak ko…Walang dengue ‘yung anak ko [nung] pumanaw nung December 2017,” Colite told the committee.
Colite said the death certificate of his son showed that he died because of sepsis and acute appendicitis.
“Pero nung ‘yung anak ko nasa morgue, may tumawag na doktor sa city government ng Imus…Sabi nag-positive sa dengue. Ang kinasama ng loob ko, bakit nila tinago ‘yung resulta ng x-ray ng anak ko, ‘yung dugo, lahat ng test, hindi binigay,” Colite said.
“May nauna sa ‘min, dalawang linggo na appendicitis nung anak niya, pumutok na pero bakit hindi namamatay tsaka oras lang ang binilang ng anak ko,” he added.
Gemma Evangelista, meanwhile, fears that her daughter could suffer the same fate as Colite’s son. She said her daughter received two doses of the vaccine with her permission.
“Pero itong last na, wala akong pinirmahan na consent para turukan ‘yung anak ko. May sakit siya na beke [during that time],” Evangelista said.
Evangelista said her daughter had suffered “attacks” wherein she would collapse.
“Ginigising ko siya, sabi ko ‘anak’ – hindi siya gumagalaw. Sabi ko bakit parang iba yung ano…Pinulsuhan ko siya tapos yung pulso niya parang papatlang. Ginawa ko pinump ko yung dibdib niya tapos tsaka siya biglang [gasped for air] ‘mama!’” she said.
“’Anak, mamamatay ka na ba?’ Kasi bakit ganyan, hindi na kita – ginigising kita, usually bumabangon ka agad,” she added.
Senators told Health Secretary Francisco Duque to investigate both cases, as well as dispatch a health officer to look into the condition of Evangelista’s daughter. —KBK, GMA News
Residents stayed indoors on Monday afternoon as the sky turned dark and ashfall blanketed Guinobatan in Albay after Mayon Volcano had magma eruptions.
GMA News’ Saleema Refran tweeted a video at 1:11 p.m. to show the situation in the area.
Ashfall in Brgy Masarawag, Guinobatan Albay. 1:11pm pic.twitter.com/FfjwIi81dB— Saleema Refran (@saleema_refran) January 22, 2018
Inabutan kami ng Ashfall sa Brgy Masarawag, Guinobatan, Albay. pic.twitter.com/ewf8FcawVo— Saleema Refran (@saleema_refran) January 22, 2018
Makapal na abo ang bumalot sa buong paligid sa Guinobatan, Albay pic.twitter.com/FsTP8CHBJ1— Saleema Refran (@saleema_refran) January 22, 2018
Some teachers and students were caught off-guard by the ashfall outdoors.
Ilang guro at estudyante, inabutan ng ashfall sa Guinobatan pic.twitter.com/kvPiGXxWEV— Saleema Refran (@saleema_refran) January 22, 2018
Mga residente, nasa loob lang ng kanilang mga bahay sa pagbagsak ng abo. pic.twitter.com/2h5UxZ7Atn— Saleema Refran (@saleema_refran) January 22, 2018
Alert Level 4 has been raised over Mayon Volcano. This means hazardous explosion by the volcano may happen in a matter of hours or days.
According to a report on Super Radyo dzBB, a vulcanian eruption that prompted the raising of Alert Level 4 produced a 10-kilometer ash column.
Classes have been suspended in the province. —Anna Felicia Bajo/KG, GMA News
Government agents on Monday filed a criminal complaint against individuals linked to the killing of Italian missionary Fausto “Pops” Tentorio in October 2011 after a Department of Justice (DOJ) fact finding panel released its findings after revisiting the case.
Facing a complaint for murder prepared by the National Bureau of Investigation-Central Mindanao are Lieutenant Colonel Joven Gonzales and Major Mark Espiritu, and alleged members of the Bagani Special Force, a paramilitary group.
Also recommended for prosecution were Jimmy Ato alias “Ian Mateo” and “Jimmy Intar;” Robert Ato alias “Roberto Ato” and “Roberto Intar;” Jan Corbala alias “Johnny Corbala,” “Jhon Corbala;” “Jun Karbala,” and “Kumander Iring;” Nene Durado alias “Nene Dorado;” “Kaing Labi”; Joseph Basol; Edgar Enoc; Romulo Tapgos; William Buenaflor alias “WB”; alias “Katong” and several unidentified individuals including 20 members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines conducting a “bayanihan” activity near the Arakan Central Elementary School on the day Tentorio was killed.
The complaint will undergo preliminary investigation by state prosecutors who will determine if there is probable cause to press charges against the respondents in court.
Last month, the fact-finding panel withdrew the murder and attempted murder complaints pending before the North Cotabato Provincial Prosecutor’s Office against brothers Jose Sultan Sampulna and Dima Sampulna.
The six-member panel headed by Senior Assistant State Prosecutor Peter Ong cited statements from witnesses pointing to lack of evidence of complicity of the Sampulna brothers in the crime.
Tentorio, a member of the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions (PIME), was shot dead on October 17, 2011 inside his parish in Arakan town in Cotabato. Students and teachers attending a flag ceremony at the Arakan school reportedly heard gunshots and later saw the suspected gunman walking away from the church compound.
“It was highly improbable for the military personnel not to hear the gunshots which were heard by several witnesses situated inside the school,” the investigation report stated. “The inaction of the military personnel before and after the gunshots were fired reveal their complicity to the killing of Fr. Pops.”
The report also said Corbala, who is a military asset, told Durado, Labi, Basol, Enoc, and Bayawan in a meeting that the military wanted Tentorio killed because he was a supporter of the New People’s Army (NPA).
“Robert Ato, Jimmy Ato, Jan Corbata, with an unidentified motorcycle driver, and Nene Durado, with two companions on board another motorcycle, took part in the execution of the plan to kill Fr. Pops, on October 17, 2011, at Our Mother of Perpetual Help Parish Compound,” the panel said.
The panel, however, ruled out any political angle in the death of Tentorio, who was popular among the indigenous peoples since the 1980s for his livelihood projects, education and support for campaigns against militarization.
Ong’s team came into the picture after Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II directed the panel in March to conduct a reinvestigation. The probe was carried out from May to November.
Previously, the Administrative Order 35 Special Oversight Team formed during the Aquino administration recommended further investigation, citing lack of sufficient evidence necessary for conviction. —NB, GMA News