GMA News: 24 Oras Live Streaming | March 13, 2020 (Friday)

Here is the March 13, 2020 (Friday) edition of GMA News, 24 Oras.

Note: Live streaming will start at 6:30 PM (PHI time). Reload the page on that said time to watch the video.

Here is the latest news featured in tonight’s episode.

  • Exodus: Passengers in Metro Manila in a rush to get home before the lockdown begins.
  • Passengers complained of the sudden increase in fare.
  • Metro Manila Lockdown: A huge number of passengers want to rebook their flight before the lockdown.
  • COVID-19: Pres. Duterte declared community quarantine in Metro Manila.
  • The mass gathering is strictly prohibited.
  • Pres. Duterte: China is willing to help amid COVID-19.
  • Food security: Social distancing is not implemented in a grocery store where people go panic buying.
  • The supply of goods and other important commodities is sufficient while implementing community quarantine.
  • A patient who is positive for COVID-19 insists to confine in a private hospital.
  • LGU in Marikina ordered a 3000 COVID-19 testing kit.
  • Schools and other public places in Makati City disinfect.
  • Makati City Police strictly implementing the rules before entering the establishment.
  • CHIKA MINUTE Other Kapuso celebrity extra careful while working amid COVID-19.
  • LGU in Pasig ready for implementing the quarantine.
  • Churches under the Archdiocese in Manila suspends masses starting tomorrow until March 20.
  • Mass in Manila Cathedral via Facebook live.
  • A church wedding, to postpone.
  • Golden Mosque in Quiapo still opens while implementing precautionary measures.
  • 6 case of COVID-19 in Quezon City.
  • Heavy traffic in NLEX.

The news program is hosted by Mike Enriquez, Mel Tiangco, and Vicky Morales. 24 Oras is one of the well-known TV programs in the Philippines in the evening.

The show has a tagline: “Walang Kinikilingan, Walang Pinoprotektahan, Serbisyong totoo lamang.”

24 Oras is the networks’ flagship for its news program.

The first time 24 Oras broadcasted in the country’s airwaves back on March 15, 2014, after it took over the Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco time slot.

The said program is GMA’s flagship for its network news program.

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