The MyKuya team said the expansion in Luzon can set the stage for eventual foray into both Visayas and Mindanao, where the company believes the potential to generate opportunities is huge.
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After years of not being given much attention, telehealth is now gaining ground in the Philippines as people become wary of visiting hospitals and clinics due to risks of contracting Covid-19.
According to a report from online tax filing platform Taxumo, 30.3% of Filipino online taxpayers declared totally no income during the lockdown. However, 19.1% of online taxpayers also reported an increase to their monthly income.
Grab users can also transfer available funds from their GrabPay wallet to their bank accounts and e-wallets.
To commemorate the devastating 1990 Luzon earthquake on its 30th year, DOST-Phivolcs announced that it will launch a new app called GeoMapperPH on Thursday, July 16.
Infinit Care, an online mental health platform based in the Philippines, said it will tap the power of technology by delivering counseling virtually through text, voice, and video.
The QFri Storefront mobile app allows businesses to set up their own online shop to receive orders for curbside pickup and delivery.
The app, called MyEGuard, has a health diagnosis feature that performs a facial scan to check a user’s vital signs.