April 2014 Chemical Engineer board exam results| List of Passers, Top 4



The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) on Monday released the list of passers for April 2014 Chemical Engineer board exam. A total of 242 out of 438 passed the Chemical Engineer Licensure Examination given by the Board of Chemical Engineering in Manila.

The members of the Board of Chemical Engineering who gave examination are Engr. Ofelia V. Bulaong, Chairman; Engr. Francisco A. Arellano and Engr. Jeffrey G. Mijares, Members.

Registration for the issuance of Professional Identification Card (ID) and Certificate of Registration will be on April 28 & 29, 2014. Those who will register are required to bring the following: duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal, current Community Tax Certificate (cedula), 1 piece passport size picture (colored with white background and complete nametag), 2 sets of metered documentary stamps and 1 short brown envelope with name and profession and to pay the Initial Registration Fee of P600 and Annual Registration Fee of P450 for 2014-2017. Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

The date and venue for the oathtaking ceremony of the new successful examinees in the said examination WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER, PRC said.

Roll of Successful Examinees in the
CHEMICAL ENGINEER LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Held on APRIL 14, 2014 & FF. DAYS
Released on APRIL 21, 2014

Seq. No. N a m e
1 ABAD, RUBY ANNE LAGRIMAS
2 ABOGADO, KRIZELLE AINA WEEKEMAN
3 ACABO, DEAN CRIS MAANDIG
4 ACOSTA, NESTOR KEDNER II GRACIA
5 ADOLFO, LESLIE VILLAMOR
6 AGUILA, MAIDEL SANDOVAL
7 AGUSTIN, JAPRIL AUSTRAL
8 ALBANO, RENZ GONZALES
9 ALEJANDRO, ARDEE DEL MUNDO
10 ALMARIO, JAN ALLEN CADIENTE
11 ALMAZAN, ROBER ANGELO RIVERA
12 ALMENDRA, PAMELA BLANCHE TAN
13 ALVAREZ, ELOISA JOY ANDOR
14 ALVARO, MHERLEE ANCHETA
15 ANDAL, KRISTEL CLADO
16 ANDRADA, ALVIN MANALAD
17 ANTICAMARA, DANEVA ABUTANMO
18 APLATEN, CHARIZ MAYAMES
19 APURA, SEAN CYRUS LUNA
20 ARELLANO, DIONELLE ANDAL
21 ARGUELLES, MA CHRISTINA NICOLE CASTRO
22 ARSITOY, MEGAN ESTILLORE
23 BABARAN, BRYAN HARLEY CABUHAL
24 BACAL, NATHANIEL DAJOYAG
25 BANDIBAS, MARLON VENTURA
26 BANDONG, REINIEL DAVIS ROBLES
27 BANGGUIYAO, JULIO WACAS
28 BANTOGON, JENNELYN JUSI
29 BARCELONA, MARGARETTE KAYE DAYRIT
30 BARTOLOME, FROILAN ARLAN ALFONSO
31 BERRIS, JAYMIE BERTUMEN
32 BOSI, JENNIFER COPE
33 BRIONES, LARA ANGELINE BOTE
34 BUENDICHO, RENZ ROGER ESTEVES
35 BUSAING, MINVILU JUNEN DANGCALAN
36 CABAGYO, JEAN PAULINE MALDONADO
37 CABANTAC, KAYCEE VIDAL
38 CABAÑERO, GRECO OMAMBAC
39 CABRERA, ANACORITA PEREZ
40 CABUHAT, LOVELY MIRANDA
41 CALMA, MELCHOR KING MANALO
42 CAMBAY, CHRISTINE JOY NIMER
43 CAMPOS, ANTHONY KEVIN ALCORDO
44 CANE, HELENETTE JOY VERGARA
45 CAPUYAN, LEMUEL LADUAN
46 CARANTO, TIFFANY FAYE SAYA-AO
47 CARURUCAN, KAYSEEN PEREN
48 CASTAÑEDA, AILEEN AUSTRIA
49 CASTRO, KAREN BAGA
50 CASURRA, JOSE ALFONSO ALDAS
51 CATIBOG, NELSON JOHN TIÑGALA
52 CHING, HANS ELSTIN EVIDENTE
53 CHUA, RICK ALLAN RABARA
54 CIRUJALES, SOPHIA DELMAR
55 CLAUS, JOHN GREGORY SAGARAL
56 CO, JOY MARIE ANN GO
57 CO, LIZETTE MILANEY PUA
58 CORDERO, RAQUEL JUANITAS
59 CORROS, KERWIN TIMKANG
60 CORTEZ, PHOEBE MAGBITANG
61 CRUZ, JEMELIA DELOS SANTOS
62 CUALES, JELLINE CUADRANTE
63 CUNETA, LESTER FELICIANO
64 CUNTAPAY, ALBERT VELASCO
65 DABALOS, RENZ JAY MADERAZO
66 DALANG, SHARON GABINO
67 DAMONSONG, JENIFER LUZA
68 DANDAN, ALESSANDRA NICOLE GALLOS
69 DAVILA, RICHELLE LUNA
70 DE CASTRO, MONICA SAN PEDRO
71 DE GUZMAN, GERARDO JR MOLANO
72 DE GUZMAN, JEREMY RAYMOND MANAS
73 DE LEON, RALPH EDGAR DE CASTRO
74 DE LUNAS, MARY ANN TUTANES
75 DEDUYO, ROEL MARTINEZ
76 DELA CERNA, RODNEY NOVABOS
77 DELEN, MARY GRACE MANDIGMA
78 DELGADO, NONILO DENOSTA
79 DIABORDO, CINDY ROSE MENDAROS
80 DIMAANO, DIANNA ROSE ENRICO
81 DINOPOL, JANICE HUMELID
82 DIOLA, YAM DONICA CABALLERO
83 DIZON, GIAN VINCENT CANLAS
84 DOLLENTE, ITHAN JESSEMAR REBATO
85 DOSADO, MICHELLE MAMANSAG
86 DULAY, LEO SUPSUP
87 ECHAVEZ, STEPHANIE ALEGA
88 EGUIA, DANA MEI MARTINEZ
89 EGUILOS, PAMELA JANE DEL ROSARIO
90 ELEAZAR, ELTON MARK PARDO
91 ELNAS, AILEEN MAE JUANICO
92 ESEO, JOHN LEONARD ENCARNACION
93 ESPIRITU, ANNIE GARCIA
94 ESPIRITU, ARTHUR GIGANTE
95 ESTEBAN, LARA NERIZZA DALISAY
96 FAMPULME, MARIA ANGELA FADRIQUELAN
97 FAROLAN, KAREN MANGUBAT
98 FRANCISCO, ANGELICA DELA CRUZ
99 FRESNOZA, JOSEPH VICTOR FERRER
100 GA, MAY ROJO
101 GABON, KATELYN GUCE
102 GALLEGO, GERLY JOY BURGOS
103 GARCIA, BERNADETTE BANTA
104 GARCIA, JOHN PHILIP DOMONDON
105 GARCIA, MARTHA ANGELA MARCELO
106 GARCIA, ROXAINNE MAE MANALO
107 GATBONTON, CARLO UBALDO
108 GATDULA, KRISTEL MANZANERO
109 GIMENA, MARY KRIS LOZANO
110 GO, GERALD HANKIAT CO
111 GRANADA, JONAN FABURADA
112 GUINTO, GABRIEL MARK EVIA
113 GULENG, RENAN ALQUIZA
114 GUMAPAC, BEN SUAN
115 HAW, LENI ROSE KHE
116 HERNANDEZ, LEIN AIRA MACALALAD
117 IGDON, ROSE MAY BASILIO
118 INONCILLO, MARK ANTHONY CARPIO
119 JABAT, JEMELYN BARANDA
120 JACOB, MARIVIC ALCAMPOR
121 JAPAY, SHIRLEY MAE VALERA
122 JAVELLANA, JAYZEL FLORES
123 JAVIER, DANICA ALEXIS UNTIVEROS
124 JOAQUIN, STEPHANIE PADINIT
125 JOVES, RENALDO JOHN PAUL MAGAT
126 JUINIO, JAN EZEKIEL REYNOSO
127 KABALICAN, DESTINEE DEL ROSARIO
128 KALAW, JIM FRANKLIN OROGO
129 KIMPO, ROVELL HOSMIL
130 LADAGA, ANNA ZARINA TIU
131 LAENO, ESTEVEN CASTRO
132 LAGAN, KHARIS FAITH BALDELOMAR
133 LAPUZ, LAWRENCE YU
134 LARA, RUTH RONA
135 LEOPOLDO, ROD DANIEL SURACO
136 LIM, CHARLES ANTHONY TAN
137 LO, BRIAN FERNANDEZ
138 LOMEDA, ROSE ANN PAPA
139 LORESTO, JESSA MAE TORREÑA
140 LUCILA, GEMILIE DE LUNA
141 LUCINA, PRECIOUS JILL MAYNES
142 LUNK, MICHAEL ANGELO
143 LUNZAGA, LLOYD BRYNE CERVANTES
144 LUZADA, MA CECILIA VERONICA DELA VEGA
145 MA, KIMBERLY ANN ARQUIZA
146 MABULAY, JOANNA MARIE DIAZ
147 MACALISANG, CEDIE BAIS
148 MACARAIG, SERGEI NIKOLAI JOSE
149 MACUHA, PRINCESS ANNIE MARASIGAN
150 MAHIA, JOVIT DE CASTRO
151 MAKALINTAL, GILLIAN ALBERT PONTEJOS
152 MAKILAN, CESAR JR POBLETE
153 MALUBAG, RACHELLE ANN OLIVERIA
154 MANALO, ALYSSA MARA CAGUITLA
155 MANON-OG, ALONA AMOR PAMPLONA
156 MAPAGU, DYLE ANGELLOWE BUNGAG
157 MARAVIVE, ANGELICA CAPONPON
158 MARCO, OVETTE CUEVAS
159 MARIANO, JOAN TADY
160 MARQUEZ, JENINE KAYE ILAO
161 MARZAN, BENEDICT SINONG
162 MATANGUIHAN, ANNA ELAINE DELFINADO
163 MATEO, JOHN VICTOR PRECILLA
164 MATULAC, PAULINE JOY ORTEGA
165 MAZO, LEO ALOLOR
166 MEBATO, GERDJAIE TUMARONG
167 MENDEZABAL, KESHIA MAYN MACALINTAL
168 MENDOZA, MARYJANE SANTE
169 MENDOZA, MICHAEL JOSEPH REYES
170 MIGUEL, PAUL MICHAEL DITAN
171 MIRANDA, JAMES RAINIER DY
172 MISA, MARY ROSARY ABAS
173 MIYAZATO, ALLELUIA JANE VALDEZ
174 MOREN, KRIZZALYN OSMILLO
175 MORTALLA, MA ADELIZA FRESNIDO
176 MULINGTAPANG, JUSTINN DONN SALES
177 NADUA, NEIL JONATHAN DONCERAS
178 NARTATEZ, CRISTOPHER DULDULAO
179 NASAK, SARAH BANGAO
180 NAVIDA, MARJON TAN
181 NG CHUA, CHALLEN KEITH TY
182 OBIEDO, ELENA AMBRAD
183 OLPOT, LYNNEL CABANGON
184 OPOC, DAVE PATRICK GANADEN
185 OUANO, MAE XERZEL MADRID
186 PADILLA, TANYA KRISTINE TIDALGO
187 PAHUGOT, CLYVE BONTILAO
188 PALASIGUE, MARK JOSEPH PAALAN
189 PALMOS, CELINE NICOLE MONTALBO
190 PATES, JABEL TAÑAHURA
191 PATEÑA, JUSTINE NICOLE
192 PENLAC, KLIEMEN REY VICTORIA GAGAOIN
193 PEÑARANDA, JUAN PAOLO SUBONG
194 PINLAC, CHARMAINE SANTOS
195 PLATON, FLEURDELIZ NOCHE
196 PORCALLA, JAMAECA MIJARES
197 PUCHE, MAY ANN AJERO
198 PUDOLIN, DARLENE TOGOTO
199 RAFOLS, ALFON JAY CONGSON
200 RAMOS, ALEXIS CORDIAL
201 REMORERAS, CAMILLE TRACY SIPIN
202 REOLALAS, BRUCE JED QUIJENCIO
203 REPOLLO, EMERSON MEA
204 RIGODON, MELVIN SIGUE
205 RIVERA, REDDEN ROSE CABADONGA
206 RIVERA, TARA ANN GIZZELLE EBORA
207 ROCAMORA, JORENCE ANNE ISABELLE ARANETA
208 ROJO, BENJIE LIMSIACO
209 ROMERO, ALOYSIUS ARMENTA
210 ROMERO, VON JOBY MANALOTO
211 ROSON, CARLA MARIE LAGRIMAS
212 RUELLO, JAMES LAURENCE ABOT
213 SABANDO, SHERWIN ALBARILLO
214 SAMPACO, NISA LUMINGKIT
215 SANGGALANG, RONALYN PASCO
216 SANTOS, EMILY ROSE DAVID
217 SAQUILABON, CATHY MERA DEL ROSARIO
218 SERING, WINSTON ADRIAN FERNANDEZ
219 SEVILLA, EMALYN GIRASOL
220 SICDOY, JUDY ANN OLBINADO
221 SOREDA, MARK ANDREW ROMAN
222 SORIANO, VANESA TURINGAN
223 TAGUDING, DEXTER JOHN BRAGA
224 TAMAYO, CARLA JOY BARADAS
225 TAN, SHERLEEN IVY CHOA
226 TAN KIM KIAT, KEVIN IGNATIUS POLOYAPOY
227 TELLIAS, JAY KENNON
228 TENEFRANCIA, KIRSTEN GAIL ABAPO
229 TERCEDO, KATRIN JOY GARCENIEGO
230 TOBIA, MAUREEN ANN PAROCHA
231 TOBIAS, XENILDRED DORADO
232 TORRES, ANGELICA GRACE AMBAYEC
233 TORRES, MARIA CELINA ROSENDO
234 TUGADE, CRIZALDY VALENZUELA
235 UMBLAS, KIMBERLY JANE QUILANG
236 UY, KATE CHONALYN YU
237 VERAYO, CHARLES LUIGI MORALES
238 VERGARA, ANGELICA FRANE
239 WADWADAN, CHRISANTHEMUM TID-ANG
240 WANYA, CYRILLE JOY ULEP
241 YAP, LYNDIE ROMERO
242 ZAMORA, JEM MAYA
NOTHING FOLLOWS----------------------
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Justinn Donn Sales Mulingtapang, graduate of De La Salle University (DLSU)-Manila and Von Joby Manaloto Romero of Mapua Institute of Technology (MIT)-Manila topped the board with identical 81.80 percent average grade.

The successful examinees who garnered the four (4) highest places in the April 2014 Chemical Engineer Licensure Examination are the following:

RANK NAME SCHOOL RATING(%)

1 JUSTINN DONN SALES MULINGTAPANG
DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY-MANILA
81.80

VON JOBY MANALOTO ROMERO
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYMANILA
81.80

2 LESLIE VILLAMOR ADOLFO
UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS
81.50

3 RICK ALLAN RABARA CHUA
UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-LOS BAÑOS
81.30

4 JOHN PHILIP DOMONDON GARCIA
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYMANILA
80.50

CHARMAINE SANTOS PINLAC
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYMANILA
80.50

KEVIN IGNATIUS POLOYAPOY TAN KIM KIAT
DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY-MANILA
80.50
NOTHING FOLLOWS--------------------------------------

Top 4 April 2014 Chemical Engineer board exam


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'PBB All In' live kick off set on Sunday, April 27, 2014



Manila, Philippines - The country's most successful reality show Pinoy Big Brother is back on its new season called 'PBB All In' with the grand and live kick off set on Sunday, April 27, 2014.

PBB ALL IN Official Logo 2014


ABS-CBN business unit head and director Laurenti Dyogi confirmed the launch date of the highly anticipated return of PBB during the last chance auditions held last April 15 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

ABS-CBN announced that there were 11,900 (On ground, Online and ABS-CBN Mobile Fast Track Lane Pass) aspiring housemates who have auditioned on the said date. PBB team have shortlisted 8 boys and 7 girls for final casting.

"We had a total of 44,000 plus aspiring Housemates who auditioned for PBB ALL IN. Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao at sa mga nag-audition mula sa iba't-ibang bansa, maraming, maraming, maraming salamat! If we could only thank each and every single one of you personally, we would!", PBB said on its Facebook page.

On the first Twitter Hangout for PBB, Dyogi said that official number of housemates for PBB ALL IN will be trimmed down to 15 only.

Official list of Housemates for PBB All In is expected to be revealed on its premiere episode.



"PBB All In" will be hosted by the show's mainstays, Toni Gonzaga and Bianca Gonzalez, John Prats and Robi Domingo. They will be joined by one new host, the Big Winner of Pinoy Big Brother Unlimited Slater Young.

On Easter Sunday, ex-PBB Housemates and Big Winners have reunited to celebrate the brand new season and have shown how PBB has changed their lives. Watch the grand reunion here (video courtesy of ABS-CBN News):


Don't miss the opening of PBB House on April 27 on ABS-CBN. It will replace "The Biggest Loser Pinoy Edition Doubles" timeslot which will have its finale on April 26.

ABS-CBN also announced that PBB All In will have 100 days of fun this season.


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20 DepEd employees poisoned by carbon monoxide from genset



Manila, Philippines - 20 out of 45 employees of Department of Education (DepEd) in Catbalogan, Samar experienced carbon monoxide poisoning from fumes emitted by a generator set they were using for their activity as there was power shortage.

NDRRMC Proactive


The mentioned casualty is among the reported incidents by the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Operations Center (NDRRMC) today, April 20 in observance of Holy Week 2014.

According to NDRRMC, at least 36 incidents were monitored in different regions nationwide.

A total of 23 dead and 99 injured persons were reported due to various accidents while 11 were hospitalized due to carbon monoxide poisoning and 3 survived near drowning incident.

A tally of incidents from NDRRMC shows that death toll was due to vehicular, drowning and fire incidents.

NDRRMC Executive Director Eduardo del Rosario elaborated that carbon monoxide poisoning in Samar was happened around 11:00AM on April 16. The participants of DepEd orientation on Rationalization Plan held at the 2nd floor of the DepEd Building in Catbalogan City, felt dizzy and nauseated after inhaling significant levels of carbon monoxide.

The participants who complained difficulty of breathing, dizziness and chest pain were rushed to the Samar Provincial Hospital. 11 were admitted while 9 were treated as outpatient by the hospital.


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Calvento reveals 'big breaking news' on Vhong Navarro case



Manila, Philippines - Journalist Tony Calvento revealed today, April 20, 2014 a 'big breaking news' on Vhong Navarro case versus Deniece Cornejo, Cedric Lee and his group as he called it as an Easter gift to all supporters of the mauled comedian.

John Doe who went with Zimmer Raz and Bernice Lee was the one holding the duct tape CCTV
(John Doe) who went with Zimmer Raz and Bernice Lee was the one holding the duct tape in CCTV footage

According to Calvento, the latest development could very well be the 'tipping point' on Vhong's case.

"I met with someone who was trying to facilitate the surrender and turning as State Witness of someone from the accused on the Vhong Navarro case.", Calvento revealed.

Calvento is referring to the identity of the JOHN DOE ( legal term to people whose identity remains anonymous) who went with Zimmer Raz and Bernice Lee. He was the one holding the duct tape as viewed through the CCTV in the elevator.

Calvento was given the chance to talk to this person through someone who was trying to facilitate the surrender of one of the accused.

"He even made me talk to the suspect on the phone and this person with a deep voice kept on crying and asked me to help him. He asked me to help give him protection," Calvento stated.

"He was very scared of Cedric Lee and I said that Sec. Leila Delima can assign NBI agents to do guard him," the veteran broadcaster added.

Calvento said the testimony of the alleged state witness is explosive. The details where, what time and when the planning of the setting up of Vhong Navarro was given to him. The place where they had dinner was also revealed.

Calvento said he was supposed to turn in the suspect last Wednesday at the latest but said he was going to do that after the Holy Week.

The respected journalist posted series of updates on his Facebook page. On Friday, as he announced the big news, his followers thought it's about the warrant of arrest for the serious illegal detention case.

The journalist clarified on Saturday that warrants of arrests are not issued on holidays and that includes Holy Thursday up to Easter Sunday.

DOJ Secretary Leila de Lima confirmed last Monday that Taguig Municipal Trial Court (MTC) Branch 74 has issued arrest warrants for grave coercion case against Cedric Lee, Deniece Cornejo and five others filed by actor-host Vhong Navarro.

Though the warrant of arrest is bailable, the accused which also includes Bernice Lee, Simeon "Zimmer" Raz, Jose Paolo Calma, Ferdinand Guerrero, and Jed Fernandez decided not to post bail.

The warrant effectively prevents Lee and company from leaving the country. However, Guerrero tried to leave the Philippines on April 14 but the Bureau of Immigration (BI) didn't allowed him to leave unless he get a clearance from BI and Deportation Commissioner Sigfried Mison.

Calvento also revealed: "If things go well the person even added that one of the accused who had managed to slip out of the country is willing to come back and turn the tables on Cedric and the others."



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DOH says OFW from UAE no longer positive for MERS-Coronavirus



Manila, Philippines - Department of Health (DOH) Secretary Enrique Ona on Saturday, April 19, 2014 said that the male Filipino nurse who was tested positive for the new deadly virus Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) in Abu Dhabi was tested negative 10 days after the testing date in UAE.

MERS-CoV awareness Philippines


The Filipino nurse who was recently arrived in the country for the Holy Week was named by DOH as the Index Passenger of Etihad Airlines flight EY 0424. The flight arrived at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) last Tuesday afternoon, April 15.

Task Force MERS-CoV and the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM) conducted retest on the suspected carrier of MERS-CoV last April 16. Ona pointed out that the time he was traveling from Abu Dhabi to Manila last Tuesday, 15 April - a seven-hour flight -he was still deemed a positive carrier of the MERS-Corona Virus, and that all of his fellow passengers were exposed to him, including any number that may been in close contact with him for the duration of the flight, were at risk of infection.

presscon MERS-CoV update Philippines
DOH Secretary Enrique Ona gave updates in a press conference for MERS-CoV disease

The Index Passenger is one of the more than 400 passengers of that flight, including 45 foreign nationals. DOH said they were able to track him while he was on his way home and requested his relatives and well-wishers to subject themselves to testing and medical observation at a DOH regional hospital.

"Of the 415 passengers of EY 0424, we have been able to trace and contact 119 of them. Of those contacted, 72 have been tested; 40 of those tested yielded negative results," Secretary Ona said in the press statement.

"We are greatly encouraged by the negative results obtained on the Index Passenger and all other passengers that have been tested. ", Ona added.

The Task Force MCV will continue to trace and contact the other passengers of EY 0424. Those contacted will be fetched by the Regional Epidemiology Service Unit and brought to the nearest DOH or District Hospital. Specimens from tested passengers are then sent by courier to the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM) in Muntinlupa City and in Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center (VSMMC) in Cebu City.

Ona also clarified that there is still no epidemic or outbreak of MERS-Corona Virus in the Middle East or the Arabian Peninsula. That is why the World Health Organization (WHO) has not imposed travel restrictions to and from the Middle East.

As a health precaution, Ona approved the issuance of a Bureau of Quarantine alert bulletin to those travelling from the Middle East and through our international airports so that those who may be affected by the MERS-Corona Virus will be given prompt assistance.

"As there are tens of thousands of Filipinos working in the Middle East and hundreds of them who travel to the Middle East or return home from their jobs there daily, it is important that their families, relatives, friends, neighbors and all members of their local communities fully understand all that must be known about MERS-CoV," Ona emphasized.

DOH is calling the attention of Filipinos who have returned recently from the Middle East to report to the nearest hospital if they experience symptoms of the MERS-Corona Virus which are similar to the indications of flu, including fever with cough, cold, or sneezing.

The Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV) is a highly fatal respiratory illness presenting as an influenza-like illness characterized by fever, cough and often with diarrhea. There is limited data on its transmission but possibly through direct contact of household members and health care providers exposed to confirmed cases. Source and transmission data remain limited though. The diagnosis is made through serology and/or DNA tests and the treatment remains supportive.


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