The Philippine Postal Corporation (Post Office) will launch on Monday, January 31, 4pm the commemorative “Year of the Tiger” stamps to mark the celebration of Chinese New Year 2022 at Seascape Village, Pasay City.
The pandemic situation has highlighted the importance of enjoying quality living at home. More than simply being a shelter to return to at the end of a workday, home has become a sanctuary where one can spend time working in comfort or enjoying their favorite leisure activities.
With the recent surge in COVID-19 cases and the many variants of the disease, it can be easy to feel lost and confused on what warning signs to look out for. Especially in this cold or amihan season, it can even be difficult to differentiate COVID symptoms from the flu! Our protection begins with knowledge— we need to remain cautious and aware of the conditions that can happen while we are sick with COVID. However, we must also understand that recovery is not as simple; long COVID, or Post-COVID Syndrome, a set of conditions that can affect us even after we are declared COVID-free, can negatively impact our health.
In an age where tackling global warming is becoming more felt by everyone than ever, responsible corporations are now putting this as a centerpiece of their sustainability agenda and brand DNA.
As we enter the Chinese Year of the Tiger, International SOS urges organizations and their employees to continue to be aware of the potential health risks from the pandemic and measures to reduce that risk. Organizations are also advised to pay particular attention to the psychological health of their employees, especially those who are unable to travel to be with family and friends at this important time of the year.
Addressing the emergence of efficient medical transportation amidst the surging cases of COVID-19 in the country, FOTON Motor takes its corporate social responsibility by donating TransVan HR Ambulance in goal to intensify mobility response for the greater public.