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PANOORIN: Music video ng awiting 'Kapamilya Forever' | TV Patrol
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Kapamilya Forever - Angelo Anilao (Lyrics)
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Words by: Robert Labayen, Patrick De Leon & Lloyd Corpuz
Music by: Thyro Alfaro & Tiny Corpuz
Produced and Arranged by: Thyro Alfaro
Performed by: Angelo Anilao

ABS-CBN 2020 “Kapamilya Forever” (Kapamilya Artists Version)
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Tinig ng mga Nawalan
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Ang tribute video ay likha ng ABS-CBN Creative Communications Management (CCM) sa pamumuno ng creative heads na sina Robert Labayen and Johnny Delos Santos, kasama ang direktor na si Paolo Ramos, music & sound head Lloyd Oliver Corpuz, at editor na si Jaimee Agonia. Si Thyro Alfaro ang sumulat ng musika ng “Tinig ng Mga Nawalan” habang akda naman nina Labayen at Des Parawan ang mga salita.

Kasama rin nila sa produksyon ang editors na sina Jaimee Agonia at Mark Gonzales, motion graphics artists Alfie Landayan, Karlo Victoriano, at Quennie Labrador, mga shooter na sina Lorenz Morales, Peewee Gonzales, Cristy Ann Narvaez Linga, Laxandra Chico, Lawrence Arvin Sibug, Glenn James Albaytar, Jonathan Perez, at Kris Aquino, at mga producer na sina Sheryl Ramos, Lawrence Arvin Sibug, Love Rose De Leon, Raywin Tome, Lloyd Corpuz, Christian Abuel, Harvey Talento, Edsel Misenas, Adrian Lim, Diana Directo, Aeina Tongohan, Des Parawan, Ed Ramirez, Karen Adiova, Kathrina Sanchez, Christine Estabillo, Miam Ramos, Dang Baldonado, Nathan Perez, Chiz Perez, Cidge Laxamana, Don Yu, Elisha Blando, Pam Mercado, Eric Po, Gem San Pedro, Ian Faustino, Jesse Giane, Kai Batac, Laxandra Chico, Niquee Garcia, Pau Lopez, Shally Tablada, Steph Angeles, Wow Vergara, Tess Mendoza, Aye Dungo, Con Ignacio, at Jaime Porca.



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    Kapamilya Online Live | April 3, 2021

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    Watch mo, ang special programming ng #KapamilyaChannel ngayong Holy Week, April 3.  

    Like ABS-CBN on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube channel, para wala kayong ma-miss!  

    Regular programming will resume on Easter Sunday, April 4.

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    Narito ang handog naming mga espesyal na programa na inyong mapapanood 
    April 3 (Holy Saturday) dito sa A2Z Channel 11!  #HolyWeek2021
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    Alexis Romero (The Philippine Star) - March 31, 2021 - 12:00am


    MANILA, Philippines — Weeks after saying that Filipinos will prevail over the pandemic, President Duterte warned of “bleak months” ahead and admitted that he is having a hard time addressing the COVID crisis amid the continuous infection surge and limited vaccine supply.

    Duterte said the pandemic is taking most of his time and likened his situation to passing through purgatory.

    “I’m having a hard time. I’m grappling with the issue of COVID. It takes most of my time actually. More than any other papers, it’s the COVID that is taking my time or most of my time looking for ways, checking what is happening outside,” Duterte said during a pre-recorded public address on Monday, his first since placing Metro Manila and the nearby provinces of Laguna, Cavite, Rizal and Bulacan on lockdown.

    “Hay buhay. Kung alam lang ninyo... Para akong dumadaan ng purgatoryo ngayon at this time hanggang hindi matulungan ang lahat ng Pilipino (Oh, life. If you only knew... I’m like passing through purgatory at this time until I am able to help all Filipinos),” he added.

    Duterte said among the problems that the government has to deal with is the difficulty in accessing COVID vaccines, something that he said makes him want to cry.

    He said the problem stemmed from the fact that the Philippines is not a vaccine-producing country.

    “That is how hard it is para makakuha lang talaga tayo... Gusto ko na ngang umiyak sa harap ninyo pero naubos na ang luha ko (That is how hard it is for us to get vaccines... I want to cry in front of you but I have run out of tears),” Duterte said.

    He said while the Philippines just received one million doses of COVID vaccine from Chinese firm Sinovac, the shots are just enough for the medical frontliners.

    He admitted there is no assurance yet that the 1.2 million vaccine doses scheduled to arrive in April would be delivered on time.

    “That’s how difficult the situation in the world is... We want to buy, we have money, the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank said, ‘OK, we will lend you.’ The money is made available to us. I suppose that is what the bank has told our people. The problem is it’s not enough,” Duterte said.

    “So we expect a very, not really a dark future, but we expect bleak months... baka mahawa ka nga eh. Ang problema mahawa ka (You might get infected. The problem is if you get infected),” he added.

    Duterte appealed for patience and understanding from the public, saying the government is working to secure more vaccines despite the tight global supply.

    “Now, we are really doing our very best, the best of our best talent (to get) the vaccine from anywhere to reduce the transmission,” the President said.

    “We have to understand the government... Stretch your patience and be understanding a bit. We are doing our best. We are not a vaccine-producing country. We do not have the expertise, we do not have the knowledge, medical-scientific knowledge. So we are waiting,” he added.

    Duterte assured the public that the week-long lockdown imposed in Metro Manila and nearby provinces – now collectively known as the National Capital Region-Plus bubble – was not intended to cause sufferings.

    “I would be the last person in the Philippines to cause suffering to Filipinos. If only I had the power...like a magic wand to immediately remove this problem, I would do it,” he said.

    Earlier this month, Duterte told Filipinos not to despair as he expressed optimism that they would be able to overcome the pandemic.

    He noted that Filipinos have been through more difficult problems, even describing the COVID-19 problem as “a small thing in our life.” Malacañang clarified that Duterte was not belittling the pandemic but was just reminding the public that the crisis shall also pass.


    Despite concerns on vaccines due to misinformation, Sen. Bong Go said that public confidence has improved as more Filipinos are expressing willingness to get vaccinated.

    Go continued to remind Filipinos not to fear COVID vaccines, saying vaccination is an essential first step toward restoring normalcy in the country.

    “Don’t be afraid of the vaccine, be afraid of COVID. The vaccine is the only solution. Let’s trust our government because it is doing everything,” Go said.

    “As I move around the country to help victims devastated by fire incidents, floods and other disasters, I can sense that many people now want to get vaccinated,” he said.

    “But now let’s first gain the trust of the people because many are still afraid of the vaccine. We put the frontliners first because they are the ones fighting this war. We must arm them because we cannot see the enemy,” he added.

    Go confirmed the arrival of one million Sinovac doses purchased by the government on Monday at the Villamor Air Base in Pasay City.

    He said the arrival of more vaccines would be a great boost to the country’s national vaccination program.

    Go urged local government units to follow the government’s vaccine priority list and stop conducting VIP vaccinations.

    He urged all Filipinos to strictly follow health protocols and cooperate in efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19.

    Go appealed to the government to hasten the provision of social amelioration to Filipinos affected by stricter quarantine restrictions.

    “I am appealing to the national government to speed up the release of the ‘ayuda’ or assistance. Let us not delay. People are waiting. We don’t want our people to wait or get hungry,” he said.

    Due to export restrictions in the United Kingdom (UK) on AstraZeneca vaccines, the Philippines’ target to inoculate millions by the second quarter of the year might be affected if deliveries suffer delays due to scarcity of supply in the global market.

    National Task Force against COVID-19 chief implementer Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr. raised this possibility due to calls for AstraZeneca to fulfill its orders first in Europe before shipping out the vaccines outside of the UK.

    Galvez said the Philippines has a “tight supply” of the vaccines as he attributed this to the fact that the COVAX Facility is prioritizing other countries.

    He said they are working with counterparts to ensure that they will abide by their commitments to deliver on certain time.

    As of March 29, the Philippines has deployed about 1.23 million vaccine doses nationwide. It received around 1.5 million doses from Sinovac and over 500,000 from AstraZeneca.

    Galvez is optimistic that the deals with the private sector, particularly those which are coming from manufacturing sites within the region, will push through as scheduled.?“We have information that the delivery of the AstraZeneca vaccine will not be delayed,” Galvez said.

    The situation remains to be seen for Novavax, which the Philippines is procuring from India. “But for Novavax, I believe the situation is very fluid and we saw during the time of July wherein most of these countries will be able to complete their vaccination program to at least 50 percent of their population.  We can see that during the time July or August there will be easing up of supply in the global market,” he said.

    Based on Galvez’s timeline, the government is hoping to get a total of 11.5 million doses of the vaccines in the second quarter or from April to June.

    Galvez said the government would meet today with representatives of Johnson & Johnson to finalize the supply agreement.

    “The supply agreement for Sinovac, AstraZeneca, Moderna and Novavax had been finalized and we will be finalizing supply agreement with Johnson & Johnson and the Gamaleya. We have also a meeting with Pfizer this morning and hopefully all of these contracts will be finished this coming first week or second week of April,” he said. – Cecille Suerte Felipe, Christina Mendez

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    Alexis Romero (The Philippine Star) - March 31, 2021 - 12:00am
    Duterte, close to tears, warns of bleak months ahead


    Dark Chocolate 2h
    Tusukin ko kaya mga mata mo, paluha luha ka pa, arte mo, hoy magtrabaho ka, hanapan mo solusyon mga problema. Laos na drama mo.

    Juan Tamadachi 5h
    You can quit.
    You’re too darned old, inc0mpetent, incontinent even to be President.
    The 16-M eedyots committed a grievous error in electing you.

    rets mej 6h
    ok ok ! tama na , abswelto ka na sa kahapon at sa isang taon na kapalpakan. ano na ngayon ang gagawin mo bukas ? kasi back to square 1 na tayo. simulan mo na kasi ng tama, idispatcha mo na muna si duque, para may good start ka.

    BuDotz 8h
    pabigat sa taong bayan ang inutil

    Nico Montinola 14h
    Such a lie. Duterte and his cronies are laughing all the way to the bank.

    Dark Chocolate 1d
    Close to tears? Leche, dami mo drama at arte, talaga namang #DutertePalpak ka, please resign!

    Nelson Sin 1d
    The man is so incompetent in managing the worst calamity to befell our country!! RESIGN!! You are a dismal failure. Our neighbors like Vietnam, Thailand, Taiwan, Singapore have spent a lot less successfully fighting the pandemic while our country is back to square one. Ma drama pa tong gag* nato. You should go back to being mayor where your incompetence could not do so much damage to the country..

    impending_raptor 2d
    Enough of the drama, if you really want to help just abdicate your position and let other lead the way, you're an epitome of a failure
    Nelson Sin 1d
    > impending_raptor
    Complete and total failure!! Surrounded by incompetent yes men who are so corrupt!!

    Spineless Slave 2d
    EDITED HEADLINE: "Duterte, close to tears, warns of bleak months ahead"
    ORIGINAL HEADLINE: "Duterte, close to CROCODILE tears, happy with endless kickbaccine in months ahead

    Ali Kabok 2d
    Wala ng alam gawin si lolo. Ahh. Me isa pa pala magagawa nya....! RESIGN!

    Donya 2d
    tigilan na drama duts mag resign ka na inutil ka mag isang taong na Lockdown pero anong nangyari sa contact tracing? Lockdown na lang alam ninyong solutions paano na yan everytime na tumaas ang kaso Lockdown ulit? Duque roque at IATF mag resign na kayong lahat

    mangTASYO 2d
    ACTION hindi DRAMA ang trabaho ng isang pangulo.
    Nelson Sin 1d
    > mangTASYO
    Mahilig sa drama kase walang alam. Madaldal at maiacal.

    Leonardo Esmero 2d
    > mangTASYO

    Jose 2d
    Dami mong drama. Kulang sa gawa. Alis ka nga dyan...

    Eleanor Gapuz 2d
    d mo pala kaya lumayas ka...inuubos na sa WPS ang ating mga isla ikaw pa-drama drama ka pang unggoy ka! cover-up pa sa covid response mong palpak.

    Ann Chai 2d
    Incompetent leader. Wheres the trillion of money your admin borrowed? Lazy and palpak.

    Thor Hugo 3d
    You are passing thru purgatory you said? You're lucky. No food, no work, the stomach aching. How many more months we will suffer. We were already in heII

    jimmy crack corn 3d
    I love how this M0NKEY king produces high hopes and self esteem! courage in the face of Cobid. LMAO...dude is a depressed ex [email protected] member limp D!ck dvnce

    Willy Moses 3d
    China creates the virus. Destroys the Philippines economy. Causes the deaths of thousands. Creates a vaccine for the virus they created. Starves the Philippines for the vaccine while millions suffer. NEXT they will offer vaccine at huge price and commitments. Then they will claim hero status for assisting in curing a virus that they themselves created.

    red 3d
    Dapat lang po na malungkot si pangulo dahil siya ang dahilan at kasalann niya ng paghihirap ng tao.

    Fozzy 3d
    It's Duterte's fault the Philippines is suffering. There is no excuse for incompetence.
    piping dilat coast to coast 2d
    > Fozzy
    kuha pa uli ng cabinet members from davao na puro palpak. inutils

    Dark Chocolate 3d
    Drama at arte ka pa, akala mo naniniwala pa mga tao sa acting mo. Talaga namang #DutertePalpak ka sa umpisa pa lang ng termino mo.

    Spolarium 3d
    Nabaligtad Naiiyak c Idyuterte sa mag asawang sampal ng wuhan virus.

    john s. 3d
    crocodile skin
    crocodile tears

    Lee Bageen 3d
    ngayon ka iiyak eh pinabayaan mo ang pinas nung magsimula ang pandemic, hinayaan mo mga tsino na pumasok dine at magkalat, ano ka ngayon eh di nganga.
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    Jan Milo Severo (Philstar.com) - March 31, 2021 - 10:28am

    MANILA, Philippines — Kapamilya celebrities Angel Locsin and Enchong Dee reacted to President Rodrigo Duterte’s recent emotional national address.

    In a prerecorded speech aired Monday night, Duterte said that he wanted to cry in front of the public because he's having a hard time dealing with COVID-19 pandemic. 

    “Gusto ko na nga umiyak sa harap ninyo pero naubos na ang luha ko. Hay, buhay. Kung alam lang ninyo… Para akong dumadaan ng purgatory ngayon, at this time,” Duterte said.

    In her Instagram account, Angel said the Philippines needs concrete solutions and not emotions.

    With all due respect to your feelings for our countrymen, Sir, it’s concrete solutions not emotions that we need to hear from you right now. Millions of Filipinos wait for you to address the nation. I know your time is precious, but so is ours. Especially now that every step matters,” Angel wrote. 

    You can rant and share with your closest friends but not when addressing the nation. Thank you very much, Sir. Please stay safe,” she added. 

    In another IG story, Angel thanked the president for approving the assistance to the Filipinos. 

    "Anyway, Salamat po sa mabilis na pag apruba ng in kind assistance para sa mga kababayan nating hirap ngayon pandemya. Lalo na po sa mga 'no work, no pay.' Napakagandang balita na mabasa po sa umaga. Good morning, everyone!" Angel wrote. 

    Enchong, on the other hand, criticized the president for saying he could end the pandemic if only he had power "like a magic wand."

    “If only I had the power, kung nandiyan lang sa'kin 'yung power na like a magic wand na maalis kaagad itong problema natin, gagawin ko," Duterte said. 

    What magic wand are you saying?! The reality is we have to live with the fact that you are our president - that is your magic wand! We gave you & your minions 1 year & billions of pesos to solve it and look where we are now?! Stop using flowering words to cover your failure!” Enchong wrote in his Twitter account. 

    Meanwhile, netizens reminded Duterte that he has the means and resources as the country's chief executive.

    The president was granted emergency powers to reprogram, reallocate and realign funds in the 2020 budget to be used for COVID-19 response. He signed this into law on March 24, 2020.

    RELATED: Duterte reminded of 2020 special powers after claiming he would end pandemic if he had ‘power’

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    Jan Milo Severo (Philstar.com) - March 31, 2021 - 10:28am
    Angel Locsin, Enchong Dee react to Duterte's emotional speech, 'magic wand' remark


    AVATAR 4h
    Perhaps the Chinaman still high on his daily substance of fentanyl and cause his brain to be in Enchanted Kingdom of Zombies and dreaming of magic wand to defeat the made in China Corona Viruses which he welcome in 2020.

    Planeta Lagravedad 7h
    Walang ibang masisisi dito sa pagtataas ng Covid cases kundi ang administrasyon. Sa simula pa lamang ay mali ang kanilang mga pamamalakad. Sa China galing ang Covid ngunit pinapasok pa nila ang mga Chinese. Ang nilalagay naman nilang nagma-manage ay ex-generals at ang forever palpak at incompetent na si Duque.
    Ang problema kasi ni Duterte ay politika ang kaniyang priority. Hindi siya nakakapaglagay ng mga competent na tauhan dahil ang unang prioridad niya ay mapapasaya niya ang kaniyang mga political allies para hindi siya iwanan. Mantakin mo naman, general ang kanyang vaccine czar.

    esong santos 9h
    Change is coming". Akala ko pa naman paganda ang buhay yun pala. Na-scam pala ako este, tayo. Nakakainggit si tatay Digong walang problema nakakapagbiro pa sa kasambahay na kunwari ay aabutin niya ang pechay nito.

    Defiant 2 1d
    Kwentong kutchero will not solve the pandemic, style bulok na yang self serving drama drama na yan.
    Competent leadership with integrity and positive action without cuss words and misogynistic remarks are what we need.

    wil elu 1d
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    > wil elu
    Marami nga ring na infect ng virus na Ito sa US, pero na agad ng government ang pag kalat at pagsugpo. Ngayon ay millions na ang nabakunahan.

    Planeta Lagravedad 8h
    > wil elu
    Itong mga political fanatics ng administrasyon ay gumagawa ng mga excuses para sa kapalpakan at incompetence ng mga namumumo. Ang sinasabi nila ngayon pantakip sa failed anti-corruption campaign ay kahit sino pa raw ang namumuno ay hindi talaga mapipigil ang corruption. Maliwanag na tinatanggap nila na palpak ang anti-corruption ng administrasyon kaya lang ayaw nilang tanggapin ang responsibilidad. Ganitong excuses na rin ang ginagamit nila sa palpak na management ng Covid. Kaya inaasahan na ganitong mga salita ang lalabas lagi sa kanilang kapalpakan.

    makario 2d
    going downhill in a hurry....hard to stop a runaway train

    Orchidia 2d
    The nation does not need a leader who would cry instead of taking decisive actions in times of crisis!

    RCarra 2d
    The problem is vaccine availability made worse by Du30's preference for China vaccines. Also mass testing and contract tracing have been so deficient.

    mu sashii 2d
    pulos tarpauline kasi at kabastusan ang laman ng utak eh.
    people out there that are trying to make a difference becomes a target because "natatalo" daw sya.

    mangTASYO 3d
    sigh... walang "magic wand" si tatay.
    ang mayroon lang siya ay... "magic kulambo".
    sa loob ng kulambo... walang veerus... it's sanitized... safe & comfortable.
    "sana all" may magic kulambo!

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    (Philstar.com) - April 3, 2021 - 11:04am

    MANILA, Philippines — Baguio City mayor and contact tracing czar Benjamin Magalong said Saturday that he has tested positive for COVID-19.

    "Indeed, this news came out as a devastating blow for me and my family," Magalong said in a Facebook post of his diagnosis. "The seriousness of this pandemic is something that we should not take for granted."

    He did not say whether he was experiencing symptoms, but assured that contact tracing efforts are underway to identify those he came in close contact with.

    He also said that he is still monitoring Baguio City's situation and is coordinating with proper authorities while he has COVID-19.

    Magalong last appeared Tuesday through Zoom in a congressional inquiry on the government's pandemic response where he revealed that contact tracing in the country has "largely deteriorated" in the past four weeks.

    He earlier offered to resign from his post as contact tracing czar after figuring in a celebrity party where guests visibly disregarded health protocols, but stayed on with Malacañang saying that President Rodrigo Duterte wanted him to continue with his work. — Xave Gregorio

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