Here is the May 10, 2020 (Sunday) edition of ABS-CBN News, TV Patrol.
Here is some of the latest news featured in tonight’s episode.
- Mayors of Metro Manila submitted their recommendation to IATF with regards to the removal or extension of Enhanced Community Quarantine.
- Brgy. Mauway, Mandaluyong will undergo total lockdown starting May 11.
- 1,500 residents will undergo rapid testing.
- 150 residents of Brgy. Additional Hills tested positive for COVID-19.
- The continuous downward trend of COVID-19 cases in Metro Manila still uncertain according to a Data Analyst.
- Las Pinas, Valenzuela, and Marikina are the areas found where COVID-19 cases decreased.
- UP experts asserted to increase the number of tests every day in order to totally defeat COVID-19.
- Several construction workers who got stranded due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine found help through the Balik-Probinsya program.
- Several businessmen unite in order to construct temporary shelters for front-liners.
- Several travel agency owners have their own ways to support their employees as well as their business.
- Travel agencies groups won’t insist that their business will resume during GCQ yet they request aid from government.
- DoT is finding ways how to slowly resume domestic tourism.
- An earthquake with magnitude 5.4 in Lubang, Occidental Mindoro was felt up to Metro Manila and Central Luzon.
- Several areas in Nueva Ecija experienced ice rains.
- Several Kapamilya Stars pay tributes to their mothers during ‘Mother’s Day’.
- Illegal drugs tried to smuggle using vehicles that deliver essential goods.
- Several cake stores and restaurants were flocked by consumers due to the celebration of Mother’s Day.
- Mothers who missed their children got serenaded and received relief goods from the police.
The news program is hosted by Ted Failon, Noli De Castro, and Bernadette Sembrano. TV Patrol is one of the popular Philippine television newscast programs in the evening which also has a simulcast broadcast on digital and cable channel DZMM TeleRadyo.
TV Patrol first went on air on March 2, 1987 and is currently the nation’s longest-running Filipino language news program.