Good morning, here's what you need to know today, Thursday (Nov. 19).
- Vice President Leni Robredo continued helping out in typhoon relief and said President Rodrigo Duterte should not react on misinformation. The President in his late night speech, had accused the Vice President of asking where he was at the height of Typhoon Ulysses.
- Robredo got an apology from Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana, who admitted to mistakenly saying that the Vice President used a military cargo plane to fly Catanduanes for typhoon relief.
- Here's a comprehensive guide on reusing and cleaning face masks, your quarantine must-have.
- Why do men keep cracking sexist jokes when women don't find them funny? Here's our explainer.
- Twitter rolled out Fleets, posts that disappear in 24 hours. Here's how you can use it.
- The University of the Philippines said it was not in the business of recruiting students to the communist movement.
- COVID-19 Update: The government is close to meeting its hiring target of 50,000 contact-tracers.
- You might want to start considering alternate routes if you use North EDSA. Two U-Turn slots are closing next week.