More than 30 countries from all over the world participated in the Philippine Travel Exchange (PHITEX) 2021 via hybrid format from September 20-23 at the ACEA Subic Beach Resort in the Subic Bay Freeport Zone.
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Marking the Group’s 27th Anniversary, Banyan Tree Group invites travellers to “Rediscover The World” in preparation for that long overdue vacation. As destinations reopen, exclusive upsized packages worth up to 50% in additional booked value are available worldwide from 7 September to 15 October 2021. Whether it’s extra credits for use in F&B, wellbeing activities or free suite upgrades, there are savings and giveaways across the Group’s diversified portfolio to commemorate this milestone with past and future guests.
Amidst heightened concern for safety and health among domestic tourists, the Tourism Promotions Board (TPB) produced and distributed 15,000 sets of materials to promote safe travel domestically. A total of 8,800 DOT-accredited accommodation establishments and tourism enterprises were provided the health and safety protocol stickers and posters to prepare them for re-accreditation in line with the DOT-led “Safe Trip, Pinas” domestic tourism campaign.
Filipinos have taken the necessary steps to strengthen their immunity during this time of pandemic, like havingregular workouts to keep the body active and taking vitamins and supplements for an added layer of protection.
Diabetes has been a bitter pill to swallow, particularly for countries affected by the rising number of cases every year. In 2019, approximately 463 million adults (20-79 years) were living with this chronic metabolic disease, characterized by an increase in blood sugar levels; by 2045, this will rise to 700 million, according to the International Diabetes Federation (IDF).
Since the start of the pandemic, Procter & Gamble Philippines’ (P&G) Force For Good program has focused on protecting the frontliners in hospitals, local government units, and government agencies who protect the country and help in recovery efforts. P&G was the first company to repurpose their manufacturing plant to have a medical grade face mask production line at the start of the pandemic and has since donated over 3 million face masks to help protect medical, healthcare and government frontliners. The company also previously provided PPE suits and health and hygiene products like Safeguard soap, Head & Shoulders, Tide and Ariel.