HEADS UP: Redemption for Carlos Yulo as He Wins World Championship (Oct. 25)

Here’s what you need to know today.

Here’s a Heads Up from reportr on news you need to know today, Oct. 25.


  • Filipino star gymnast Carlos Yulo is back as world champion as he bagged a gold medal in the vault finals at the 50th FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championships.
  • “No vaccine, no work”? Employers can require their workers to be vaccinated first if the government mandates staff immunization before it can operate, the labor department said.
  • No cause for alarm for now, as the Department of Health has yet to detect the Delta COVID-19 subvariant in the country.
  • As the government eyes 1.5 million vaccinations daily, the Philippines received an additional 1.4 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines.



  • Here’s how the elections would look like during a pandemic, based on the Comelec's simulation of the 2022 vote.
  • Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio said she and former Sen. Bongbong Marcos has yet to discuss forming a tandem in the 2022 elections as they met in Cebu.
  • As he led Facebook polls, the only son and namesake of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos assured that he had no trolls.
  • Filipino alumni of Oxford University clarified that Marcos did not graduate with a degree from the university to correct "continuing misinformation" on his credentials.
  • Vice presidential aspirant Sen. Francis Pangilinan said unity talks for the opposition are over as he and Vice President Leni Robredo are now focused on winning.
  • The senatorial slate of the Robredo-Pangilinan is now complete, with labor leader Sonny Matula rounding up the ticket.
  • Who proposed recommendations on the fuel excise tax issue first? Robredo said she had pushed for its suspension as early as 2018.
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