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The Department of Health logs 16,907 more COVID-19 cases, pushing the country’s overall count to over 2.47 million.

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A local health authority reports that a total of 299,051 residents here have been inoculated in Zamboanga City since the vaccination program started in March against the deadly coronavirus disease.

The City Health Office (CHO) says the total number of those who received COVID-19 vaccines remained way below 50% of the eligible target population of 700,000 to achieve the herd immunity.

The CHO reports that of the total vaccinated people in Zamboanga City, at least 121,103 individuals have completed the jabs while 177,948 got their first dose. 

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Britain's Prince Andrew has accepted that he has been served legal papers in a sexual assault lawsuit brought against him in the United States, a court filing shows.

Attorneys for the Duke of York and his accuser Virginia Guiffre have agreed that the notification was effective from September 21, according to the filing with the Southern District of New York.

Queen Elizabeth II's second son has until October 29 to respond to the lawsuit, and a hearing earlier scheduled for October 13 has been canceled, the joint stipulation adds. — AFP

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi raises concerns about Pakistan during talks with US President Joe Biden as well as a broader four-way summit with the leaders of Australia and Japan, according to Indian officials, who said the others concurred.

"There was a clear sense that a more careful look and a more careful examination and monitoring of Pakistan's role in Afghanistan -- Pakistan's role on the issue of terrorism -- had to be kept," Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla told reporters after the White House talks.

Khan, addressing the UN General Assembly, said that the Taliban have promised to respect human rights and build an inclusive government since taking over last month, despite global disappointment in a caretaker cabinet. — AFP

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An official says the Tabuk City is digging more graves at its local cemetery in Agbannawag in preparation for more COVID-19 deaths.

According to Tabuk City Public Information Office Aurora Amilig, the Balong cemetery which saw the most number of COVID-19 related burials so far, is almost full.  

She says that the city is experiencing its worst wave of COVID-19 infections. — The STAR/Artemio Dumlao

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