Top Headlines of 2022

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Here are the important and significant events that have happened in the Philippines in 2022.

Incumbent government leaders

  • President:
    • Rodrigo Duterte (PDP–Laban) (until June 30)
    • Ferdinand Marcos Jr. (PFP) (from June 30)
  • Vice President:
    • Maria Leonor G. Robredo (Liberal) (until June 30)
    • Sara Duterte-Carpio (Lakas–CMD) (from June 30)
  • Congress:
    • Senate President:
      • 18th Congress: Vicente Sotto III (NPC) (until June 1)
      • 19th Congress: Juan Miguel Zubiri (Independent) (from July 25)
    • House Speaker:
      • 18th Congress: Lord Allan Velasco (PDP–Laban) (until June 1)
      • 19th Congress: Ferdinand Martin Romualdez (Lakas-CMD) (from July 25)
  • Chief Justice: Alexander Gesmundo

Ongoing events

In the news

January

  • January 6: Republic Act No. 11642, which simplifies the process of adoption of children, was signed.[1]
  • January 14:
    • The National Bureau of Investigation filed murder charges against the 17 cops over the killing of two activists during a police operation on March 7, 2021 in Nasugbu, Batangas.[2]
    • Republic Act Nos. 11644 and 11645, which declare the heritage zone status of the city of Carcar in Cebu and the town of San Vicente in Ilocos Sur, respectively, were signed.[3]
  • January 15: The Philippines recorded 39,004 new COVID-19 cases, its highest daily count since the start of the pandemic in March 2020. The positivity rate was high too at 47.1%, with 78,774 tests done. Meanwhile, the 23,613 recovered cases tallied on the day were the most since October 12, 2021, when 25,146 recoveries were recorded.[4]

February

  • February 1: The Senate Blue Ribbon Committee recommended the filing of criminal charges against Department of Health (DOH) Secretary Francisco Duque and others over alleged anomalies in the purchase of government supplies for the COVID-19 pandemic. The other personalities tagged in the allegations include former Department of Budget and Management (DBM) undersecretary Lloyd Christopher Lao, former presidential economic adviser and Chinese businessman Michael Yang, and a number of officials of Pharmally Pharmaceutical Corporation, which had won the government contracts for the supplies. The lawmakers who recommended the filing of charges noted the ₱40 billion that Duque transferred from the DOH to the DBM to supposedly hasten the transactions.[5]
  • February 5: Kingdom of Jesus Christ pastor and church leader Apollo Quiboloy is included in the Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) most wanted list for “conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking by force, fraud and coercion, and sex trafficking of children; sex trafficking by force, fraud and coercion; conspiracy; bulk cash smuggling.”[6]
  • February 8: The campaign period for the Philippine General Elections 2022 kicked off with the respective proclamation rallies of presidential and vice presidential candidates. Listed below are the presidential candidates along with their running mates and the locations of their proclamation rallies:
  • February 12: Nine people were killed and three were injured in an ambush in Kalumamis Village in Guindulungan, Maguindanao. The group was reportedly visiting the village to settle a rido, or clan war, and celebrate a kanduli, or thanksgiving.[7]
  • February 28:
    • Executive Order No. 164, which approves the inclusion of nuclear power in the country's energy mix, was signed.[8]
    • Executive Order No. 163, which institutionalizes access to protection services for refugees, stateless persons, and asylum seekers, was signed.[9]

March

  • March 4: Republic Act No. 11648, which raises the age of sexual consent from 12 to 16, was signed. Senator Risa Hontiveros is the principal author of the law.[10]
  • March 8:
    • The Supreme Court issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) on the Commission on Election's (Comelec) "Oplan Baklas," the commission's drive to take down campaign posters that do not conform to its rules on dimension and location for campaign materials.[11]
    • The COMELEC suspended its deal with news site Rappler to mount a voter information campaign after the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) sought its nullification by the Supreme Court.[12]
  • March 11: Republic Act No. 11650, which requires schools nationwide to provide free basic education and related services to learners with disabilities, was signed.[13]
  • March 15: President Rodrigo Duterte approved a Php 200 monthly subsidy for poor Filipino families instead of suspending fuel excise taxes amid rising oil prices.[14]
  • March 17: Dr. Raymundo Lo, a pathologist, named a pink orchid hybrid after Vice President and presidential candidate Leni Robredo, saying it was "a labor of love fit for one who labors for Filipinos." Raymundo was the orchid took seven years to polinate and bloom and another four years before he named it after Robredo.[15]
  • March 24: Republic Act No. 11659, which amends the Public Service Act and allows full foreign ownership in sectors such as railways, airlines, telecommunications, and subways, was signed by President Rodrigo Duterte.[16]

April

  • April 8:
    • Republic Act No. 11691, creating the Office of the Judiciary Marshalls, was signed. The office is tasked to protect members and personnel of the judiciary.[17]
    • Republic Act Nos. 11684, 11685, 11686, 11687, and 11688, designating Mount Pulag, Mount Arayat, Tirad Pass and other areas as protected landscapes.[18]
  • April 9 to 12: Tropical Storm Megi (Agaton) hit Visayas and parts of Mindanao. Landslides triggered by the storm killed most of the 212 fatalities in Baybay City and Abuyog in Leyte. Damage was estimated to cost nearly 5 billion pesos.[19]
  • April 12: Some 8,241 examinees passed the 2020/2021 bar examinations out of 11,402 takers. The 72.28% passing rate is the higest since World War II.[20]
  • April 13:
    • Republic Act No. 11699, declaring August 30 as National Press Freedom Day, was signed.[21]
    • Republic Act No. 11708, creating the Metropolitan Davao Development Authority, was signed.[22]
    • Republic Act No. 11696, providing compensation to the victims of the 2017 Marawi siege, was signed.[23]
  • April 15: Senate Bill No. 2395 and House Bill No. 5793, mandating the registration of SIM cards of mobile phone users, was vetoed.[24]
  • April 19: The Anti-Red Tape Authority (ARTA) launched the online platform "E-Reklamo," where the public can file complaints about difficulties experienced in government transactions, such as applications for permits, payment of taxes and fees, and others.[25]
  • April 20: The Commission on Elections (Comelec) dismissed the remaining disqualification case against presidential candidate Ferdinand Marcos Jr., finally ruling that he was eligible to run. The case, filed in December 2021, alleged that Marcos Jr.'s 1993 conviction for failing to file his income tax returns involved moral turpitude, which should disqualify him from running. The Comelec said in its ruling that it was not convinced of the petitioners' claim, citing a Supreme Court ruling that failure to file income tax returns does not involve moral turpitude.[26]
  • April 26: The Supreme Court affirmed its ruling upholding most of the provisions of the Anti-Terrorism Act. This came as it "resolved to deny the motions for reconsideration due to lack of substantial issues and arguments raised by the petitioners."[27]
  • April 27:
    • The Supreme Court affirmed its ruling that the Bonifacio Global City complex, along with several surrounding barangays of Makati, is part of Taguig.[28]
    • The old Clarin Bridge over Loboc River in Loay, Bohol collapsed, killing at least four people and injuring 15 others.[29]
    • The Department of Health announced the detection of the first case of Omicron BA.2.12 in the country. The patient was in Baguio City.[30]
    • The country's longest bridge, which connects Cebu City and Cordova, Cebu and is part of the Cebu-Cordova Link Expressway, was inaugurated.[31] Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation's (MPTC) Cebu Cordova Link Expressway Corporation (CCLEC) is the developer of the project.
    • Republic Act No. 11712, mandating the provision of continuous benefits for all healthcare workers in the country during the COVID-19 pandemic and future health emergencies, was signed.
    • Republic Act No. 11713, providing a scholarship program for education students and other measures to improve teachers' education, was signed.[32]

May

  • May 2: Eight people, including six children, were killed in a fire in Barangay UP Campus in Quezon City.[33]
  • May 3: President Rodrigo Duterte approved the Department of the Interior and Local Government's recommendation to stop online cockfighting, or e-sabong, operations nationwide.[34]
  • May 9: The 2022 Philippine general elections are held, as mandated by Republic Act No. 7166.[35]
  • May 12: Through Executive Order No. 170, the national government ordered the adoption of digital payments for government disbursements and collections. This was in response to the boom in cashless transactions in Southeast Asia in the last two years.[36]
  • May 18:
    • Former Department of Education secretary Bro. Armin Luistro FSC was announced as the 28th successor of St. John Baptist de La Salle. Luistro is the first Filipino to become the superior general of the De La Salle Brothers worldwide.[37]
    • Ana Patricia Non, the founder of the Maginhawa Community Pantry, where citizens were encouraged to donate what they could and get what they needed and which inspired similar efforts across the country, received the Ambassador's Woman of Courage Award from the Embassy of the United States in Manila.[38]
    • Ramon Tulfo was arrested for cyber libel. The warrant of arrest for the newspaper columnist and former special envoy for public diplomacy to China was issued by Manila Regional Trial Court Branch 24 Presiding Judge Maria Victoria A. Soriano-Villadolid.[39]
  • May 21: Pope Francis approved the promulgation of a decree granting the title of Venerable to the Servant of God to Teofilo Camomot (March 3, 1914 – September 27, 1988), an archbishop from Cebu.
  • May 23: Seven people died while 24 others were injured after a passenger boat caught fire off the coast of Real, Quezon. The vessel was carrying 126 passengers and 8 crew members.[40]
  • May 26:
    • Two persons were hurt after an improvised explosive device exploded on a bus in Koronadal City.[41]
    • The Sandiganbayan denied the plea of the alleged dummies of former president Ferdinand Marcos and his wife, Imelda, to suspend the trial of their ill-gotten wealth case involving their Eastern Telecommunications Philippines, Inc. (ETPI) shares.[42]
    • The Senate Committee on Public Order and Dangerous Drugs recommended the further investigation into gaming tycoon Atong Ang's e-sabong firm, Lucky 8 Star Quest, following the disappearance of a number of cockfight enthusiasts.
  • May 27:
    • The Muntinlupa Regional Trial Court dismissed the contempt case against Senator Leila de Lima and her legal counsel, Atty. Filibon Tacardon, over statements they made about the testimonies of prosecution witnesses in her drawn-out drug cases.
    • The Supreme Court affirmed with modification the graft ruling against NBN-ZTE deal whistleblower Rodolfo Noel "Jun" Lozada Jr. for granting his brother Jose Orlando Lozada leasehold rights over public lands under a government-owned corporation program. On June 2, Lozada and his brother surrendered to the National Bureau of Investigation.[43]

June

  • June 2:
    • Pharmally Pharmaceutical Corporation officials Mohit Dargani and Linconn Ong were released from the Pasay City Jail after six months in detention.[44]
    • Department of Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra confirmed that NBI-Cybercrime Investigation and Assessment Center Head Vic Lorenzo was relieved from his post as the agency mounted an investigation into the irregularities in the serving of a warrant to search, seize, and examine computer data in an establishment in Manila on May 31.[45]
    • Former Manila Archbishop Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle was named by Pope Francis as one of the new members of the Vatican Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of Sacraments.[46]
    • Anti-Red Tape Authority (ARTA) Director General Jeremiah Belgica and four other officials of the agency were ordered suspended by the Office of the Ombudsman after strong evidence of guilt was found in the graft and corruption case filed against them.[47]
    • Executive Order No. 172, which approves a development plan for the coconut industry involving the release of a ₱75-billion trust fund for cocounut farmers from coco levy assets sequestered by the government, was signed.[48]
  • June 3:
    • The Supreme Court dismissed the appeal of newscaster Mel Tiangco's illegal dismissal and illegal suspension case she filed against ABS-CBN over her appearance in a TV commercial in 1995. The decision was released on 6 December 2021 but was made public on 2 June 2022.[49]
    • Two children died while two others were wounded in an explosion in Kumalarang, Zamboanga del Sur.[50]
    • An initial investigation by the Department of Justice found that a lapse in protocol by the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) led to its allowing of Apollo Quiboloy's network SMNI to interview convicted kidnapper and former military general Jovito Palparan.[51]
  • June 5:
    • A phreatic or steam-driven eruption by Mount Bulusan was reported at 10:37 a.m., lasting for six minutes. The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) placed the area on Alert level 1.[52]
  • June 6: The Quezon City Metropolitan Trial Court Branch 38 acquitted the 21 residents of San Roque village who were arrested at the height of COVID-19 lockdowns in 2020 for protesting due to hunger.[53]
  • June 7:
    • The Office of the Ombudsman filed graft charges before the Sandiganbayan against 42 Bureau of Immigration (BI) employees who were allegedly involved in the "pastillas" scam, which allows the illegal entry of Chinese citizens into the country.[54]
    • The Quezon City Council approved a resolution declaring short film director Darryl Yap and actress Ai-Ai delas Alas "persona non grata."[55]
    • Surigao del Sur Representative Prospero Pichay Jr. was found guilty of three counts of graft in connection with the mismanagement of P780 million funding of the Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA). The Sandiganbayan convicted Pichay and sentenced him to 18 to 30 years in prison[56]
  • June 8: Dr. Gay Jane P. Perez, the deputy head of the Philippine Space Agency (PhilSA), was elected president of the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) Technical Commission on Education and Outreach. She is the first Filipino to hold this role.[57]
  • June 9:
    • With an executive order, Cebu Governor Gwendolyn Garcia made the wearing of masks in outdoor places optional rather than mandatory in the province, contrary to existing rules set by the Department of Health (DOH).[58]
    • Some 93 people, including agrarian reform beneficiaries and activists, who were clearing a 2-hectare land in Hacienda Tinang in Concepcion, Tarlac, were arrested by authorities. The beneficiaries were identified by the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) in 1995 as recipientts of 200 hectares of land that the Catholic Church’s Dominican order gave up for agrarian reform in the town.[59]
  • June 14: Retired Commission on Elections commissioner Rowena Guanzon was declared by Komunidad ng Pamilya, Pasyente at Persons with Disabilities (P3PWD Party List) as its new first nominee after the original five designees of the group resigned. On June 15, the COMELEC en banc acknowledged her as the first nominee of the party-list group.[60][61]
  • June 15:
    • The Philippines was elected member of the United Nations body that oversees the implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).[62]
    • The Anti-Terrorism Council, in its resolution dated May 25, declared Luis Jalandoni, the former chief negotiator of the National Democratic Front of the Philippines, and 11 others terrorists.[63]
  • June 17:
    • The Supreme Court publicized its November 16, 2021 decision that photos and messages gathered by private persons from a social media account may be presented as evidence in court.[64]
    • The Philippine government and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) signed a loan agreement for the first tranche of the $4.3-billion financing for South Commuter Railway project, the southern leg of the North-South Commuter Railway (NSCR) project. It will connect Metro Manila and Calamba, Laguna.[65]
  • June 18:
    • The National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) placed the Luzon power grid on red alert due to an insufficient power supply that briefly interrupted electricity services for over 1 million customers in Metro Manila and nearby provinces.[66]
    • The government announced that more than 70 million people in the Philippines had been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.[67]
  • June 19: John Albert Laylo, a lawyer and former legislative staff member of Senator Leila de Lima, was shot in Philadelphia while on board an Uber car with his mother. He died hours after being taken to a hospital in critial condition. Laylo and his mother were visiting relatives in the United States when the random shooting happened.[68]
  • June 22: USS Samuel B. Roberts, a US Navy destroyer sunk during World War II, was found nearly 7,000 meters below sea level off the Philippines. It is the world’s deepest shipwreck ever located.[69]
  • June 23:
    • Executive Order No. 174, creating new position titles for school teachers, was signed.[70]
    • Memorandum Order No. 62, ordering the abolition of state-run First Cavite Industrial Estate, Inc. (FCIEI), was signed. The order stated the estate was no longer serving its purpose.[71]
    • The Sandiganbayan permitted former Quezon City councilor Roderick Paulate to present a Commission on Audit (COA) official as a witness in his defense against the charges of graft and falsification of public documents filed against him over alleged hiring of bogus employees.[72]
    • The COMELEC en banc thumbed down Duterte Youth's complaint against the substitution of retired poll commissioner Rowena Guanzon as the first nominee of P3PWD party-list.[73]
    • President Rodrigo Duterte ordered the termination of the Philippines' discussions with China on a joint oil exploration.[74]
  • June 24:
    • International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor Karim Ahmad Khan requested a pre-trial chamber to approve the resumption of the investigation into the war on drugs under President Rodrigo Duterte.
    • The Sandiganbayan permitted president-elect Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. and his family to present evidence in their defense in their ill-gotten wealth case filed against them in 1987.[75]
  • June 25:
    • The Department of Health (DOH) announced the raising of the alert level to moderate risk in Pasig, San Juan, Quezon City, Marikina and Pateros with the continuous rise in the number of COVID-19 cases.[76]
    • The Vatican declared the National Shrine of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage in Antipolo City an international shrine, the first religious site in the Philippines to be given such a designation.
  • June 26:
    • Ana Patricia Non, the founder of the Maginhawa Community Pantry in Quezon City which facilitated the donation and provision of food and other basic necessities for families at the height of COVID-19 lockdowns, was honored as a "real-life hero" at the second Dragon Star Awards.[77]
    • A ferry sailing between Bohol and Leyte and carrying 165 passengers caught fire. One individual reportedy died.[78]
  • June 28:
    • The Securities and Exchange Commission affirmed its order to revoke the certificates of incorporation of online media company Rappler Inc., which was frequently attacked by the Duterte administration and its supporters, and its parent company, Rappler Holdings Corporation. Maria Ressa, the co-founder of the online news organization, said in a statement that the company was "not shutting down."[79][79]
    • The Supreme Court junked the disqualification case against president-elect Ferdinand Marcos Jr. pertaining to his presidential bid and the cancellation of his certificate of candidacy.[80]
    • The International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (ICHRP) asserted that the May 2022 national and local elections in the Philippines did not meet the standards for free, honest, and fair voting, citing the numerous reports of human rights violations and incidents suggesting fraud.[81]
  • June 29: The day before her last day in office, outgoing vice president Leni Robredo received the highest audit rating from the Commission on Audit for the fourth straight year.[82]
  • June 30:
    • The Supreme Court publicly released its decision dated March 9, 2022 affirming the Office of the Ombudsman’s decision to subpoena the bank accounts of former president Joseph Estrada and his alleged mistresses.[83][83]
    • Ferdinand Marcos Jr. is inaugurated as the 17th president of the Philippines.[84]
    • President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. signed Executive Order No. 1, which abolished the Office of the Cabinet Secretary and the Presidential Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC), citing the need for a "just allocation of resources" amid the ongoing health and fiscal crises.[85]
    • Marcos signed Executive Order No. 2, which reorganized the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) and renamed it Office of the Press Secretary (OPS).[86][86][86]

July

  • July 1:
    • Former vice president Leni Robredo launched Angat Buhay Foundation, a non-government organization which she earlier is geared towards becoming the largest volunteer network in the Philippines.[87]
    • Executive Secretary Vic Rodriguez signed Memorandum Circular No. 1, which declared certain positions in the executive department vacant.[88]
    • President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. vetoed House Bill No. 7575, which sought to create the Bulacan Airport City Special Economic Zone and Freeport.[89][89]
    • The Apo Reef Natural Park in Occidental Mindoro received the Blue Park Award from the Marine Conservation International at the 2022 United Nations Ocean Conference in Lisbon, Portugal.[90] Palawan's Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park received the same recognition in 2017.
  • July 2: The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) announced it had filed murder complaints against 22 police officers of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) over the deaths of eight New Bilibid Prison inmates who were earlier claimed to have died of COVID-19.[91]
  • July 4: The voter registration commenced for the barangay and sangguniang kabataan elections, which will be held in December. The registration period will last until July 23.[92]
  • July 5: The Sandiganbayan sentenced retired major general Carlos Garcia to four to eight years in prison after finding him guilty beyond reasonable doubt of direct bribery and facilitating money laundering.[93][93]
  • July 6: Metro Manila's dengue cases increased by 16 percent between late May and early June.[94]
  • July 7:
    • Three European Union (EU) countries warned their consumers about high levels of ethylene oxide, a gas commonly used as a pesticide, supposedly found in Lucky Me! noodle products.[95]
    • The Supreme Court (SC) suspended Manila Metropolitan Trial Court Branch 26 Presiding Judge Jorge Emmanuel Lorredo for 30 days for uttering homophobic remarks against litigants in court.[96]
    • President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. created the Private Sector Advisory Council, which is composed of business leaders, "to be attuned" to the problems in the sector.[97]
  • July 8: The Court of Appeals (CA) affirmed the cyber libel conviction of Rappler CEO and Nobel Peace Prize winner Maria Ressa and her former writer-researcher Reynaldo Santos Jr. by a Manila court in connection to an article published in May 2012 linking businessman Wildredo Keng to illegal activities.[98]
  • July 9: Two people were killed in an elevator crash in the Burgundy Corporate Tower along Gil Puyat Avenue in Makati.[99]
  • July 14: The Ateneo de Manila University announced its discovery of 2 new species of water scavenger beetles, naming one of them after former vice president Leni Robredo's Angat Buhay program.[100]
  • July 19: The Sandiganbayan affirmed the conviction of former Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Jesus Verzosa and five other retired police officers in their graft case.[101]
  • July 21: The Sandiganbayan junked detained businesswoman Janet Lim-Napoles's motion to quash her new graft and malversation cases over the pork barrel scam.[102]
  • July 22:
    • President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. vetoed Senate Bill No. 2490 and House Bill No. 9088, which sought to strengthen the Office of the Government Corporate Counsel (OGCC).[103]
    • The Sandiganbayan affirmed its decision to junk the forfeiture case filed against the Marcoses in conection with the family’s ill-gotten wealth.[104]
  • July 24: Chao-Tiao Yumol, a medical doctor, shot and killed three people, including former Lamitan, Basilan mayor Rose Furigay, on the Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU) campus in Quezon City. Two others were injured.[105]
  • July 25:
    • President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. delivered his first State of the Nation Address (SONA).[106]
    • The 19th Congress of the Philippines, including a super majority coalition, convened for the first time as President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. delivered his first SONA.[107]
    • The Vaporized Nicotine and Non-Nicotine Products Regulation Act of 2022 lapsed into law as advocates pushed for vape use as an alternative to cigarettes.[108]
  • July 26: The Vatican formally designated the Archdiocesan Shrine of St. Anne in Taguig City as a minor basilica. It joins 19 other churches in the country as recipients of the designation.[109]
  • July 27:
    • A 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit Tayum, Abra, with the tremors felt in several other parts of Luzon. Eleven people were killed.[110]
    • President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. vetoed House Bill No. 10554, which sought to expand the franchise area of the Davao Light and Power Company.[111]
  • July 28 – The Supreme Court publicly released its March 16, 2022 decision acquitting actor and former Optical Media Board (OMB) chair Ronnie Ricketts of graft over a questionable raid of pirated digital video discs (DVDs) and video compact discs (VCDs) in Quiapo, Manila in May 2010.[112]
  • July 29:
    • The father of Dr. Chao-Tiao Yumol, the suspect in the Ateneo de Manila University shooting incident, was shot dead in Lamitan, Basilan. Rolando Yumol was shot outside his house.[113]
    • The Philippines records its first monkeypox case. The announcement of the case happened nearly a week after the World Health Organization declared the spread of the infectious disease a global health emergency.[114]
  • July 30:
    • President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. vetoed Senate Bill No. 2520 and House Bill No. 9652, which sought the tax exemption of poll workers’ honoraria.[115]
    • President Marcos vetoed Senate Bill No. 1077 and House Bill No. 9030, which sought to establish the Philippine Transportation Safety Board (PTSB).[116]
  • July 31: The Court of Appeals publicly released its July 21, 2022 decision ordering the filing of rape and acts of lasciviousness charges against TV host and actor Vhong Navarro. These charges are related to the 2014 incident involving model-stylist Deniece Cornejo.[117]

August

  • August 4: The Department of Transportation (DOTr) formally opened the Roxas Boulevard and the Taft Busway Stations of the EDSA Busway Project to the public.[118]
  • August 8: Former vice presidential candidate Walden Bello was arrested by members of the Quezon City Police District (QCPD) after cyber libel charges were filed against him by former Davao City information officer Jefry Tupas.[119]
  • August 9:
    • The Office of the Ombudsman publicly released its 5 January 2022 decision dismissing the bribery complaints against former senator Leila de Lima and her former bodyguard Ronnie Dayan. The charges alleged that the two received an ₱8 million bribe from self-confessed drug lord Kerwin Espinosa.[120]
    • Atty. Angelo Karlo Guillen, a Filipino human rights lawyer who survived an assassination attempt in March 2021, won the 2022 Roger N. Baldwin Medal of Liberty.[121]
    • The Supreme Court affirmed the Court of Appeals’ decision granting a protection order in favor of Cristina Gonzales, whose husband died under the Duterte administration’s war on drugs, and holding the police officers involved criminally and administratively liable.[122]
    • After 10 months in orbit, the country’s first local university-built Filipino cube satellites (CubeSats) Maya-3 and Maya-4 re-entered the Earth’s atmosphere on August 4 and 8 respectively, ending their mission.[123]
  • August 10: The University of the Philippines Visayas Tacloban College (UPVTC) announces the first sighting of a Philippine tarsier in Tacloban City.[124]
  • August 11: The Quezon City Regional Trial Court (RTC) Branch 306 granted the petition of alternative news organization Bulatlat to temporarily unblock its website.[125]
  • August 15:
    • The Department of Justice (DOJ) charged at least 16 people, including nuns, linked with the Rural Missionaries of the Philippines (RMP) for the non-bailable offense of allegedly providing funds to the Communist Party of the Philippines–New People's Army (CPP–NPA).[126]
    • The remains of Kian delos Santos, the 17-year-old victim of a drug operation in Caloocan City in August 2017, were exhumed as his family sought to learn more about his death and hold those responsible for his kiling ccountable.[127]
    • The Colegio de San Lorenzo in Quezon City announced that it would be closing down and cease operations by September 2022 due to low enrollment and financial instability as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.[128]
  • August 16:
    • Department of Budget and Management (DBM) Secretary Amenah Pangandaman approved the Special Allotment Release Order (SARO) and the Notice of Cash Allocation (NCA) amounting to ₱1.4 billion, which will cover the additional funds needed for the extended "Libreng Sakay" program.[129]
    • The United Nations announced the appointment of 10 members of a leadership panel that will support the UN’s Internet Governance Forum (IGF), an annual discussion about public policy issues concerning the internet. Among the appointed members of the panel is Rappler CEO and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Maria Ressa.[130]
    • The World Stroke Organization (WSO) awarded several hospitals in the Philippines for their exemplary performance in providing quality medical services.[131]
  • August 17: The Supreme Court publicly released its February 15, 2022 decision dismissing the appeals of Al Argosino, Michael Robles and Wally Sombero to suspend their transfer to the New Bilibid Prison and allow them to remain detained at Camp Bagong Diwa.[132]
  • August 18: The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) launched a digital math textbook written in the Visayan language.[133]
  • August 21: The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) raised the alert status of the Mayon Volcano after observing an increased level of activity.[134]
  • August 22:
    • After two years of implementing distance learning due to the pandemic, schools physically reopened and welcomed 27.6 millions of Filipino students, who experienced learning difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[135]
    • The Department of Science and Technology–Philippine Council for Industry, Energy, and Emerging Technology Research and Development (DOST-PCIEERD) launched the program Pinoy Science STAR (Science and Technology Advocates for Research) 2022 in partnership with TikTok.[136]
    • Severe Tropical Storm Ma-on (Florita) hit northern parts of Luzon. Three people were reported killed while four others were injured.[137]
  • August 23:
    • The Supreme Court issues a writ of amparo in favor of missing activists Elizabeth "Loi" Magbanua and Alipio "Ador" Juat.[138]
    • The Philippine government declared war against online child sexual exploitation, which authorities said worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic.[139]
  • August 25: The Mandaluyong City Prosecutor's Office publicly released its June 29, 2022 decision recommending the indictment of Jose Antonio Sanvicente, the suspect in the June 6, 2022 hit-and-run incident involving Christian Joseph Floralde, for frustrated homicide instead of frustrated murder.[140]
  • August 29: The Commission on Higher Education announced it was removing the vaccination requirements for students and teachers who were returning to in-person classes.[141]
  • August 30: The Supreme Court issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) halting the implementation of the no-contact apprehension program (NCAP) implemented in some Metro Manila cities.[142]
  • August 31:
    • Bernadette J. Madrid, a Filipina doctor and children's rights advocate, was announced to be among the 4 recipients of this year's Ramon Magsaysay Award, considered Asia's Nobel Prize.[143]
    • Pope Francis appointed Fr. Jose V.C. Quilongquilong as consultor to the Congregation for Catholic Education, which oversees Catholic schools, universities, and institutes of higher education around the world.[144]

September

  • September 3: Calaca, Batangas became a city following a plebiscite that ratified the conversion in accordance with Republic Act No. 11554.[145]
  • September 5:
    • The Court of Appeals voided the arrest warrants issued against detained activist Reina Mae Nasino, the mother who lost her three-month-old daughter while in detention in 2020, and two other activists. The warrants were the basis of their arrest in Manila in November 2019.[146]
    • Gwyneth Anne Chua, who violated mandatory quarantine protocols in December 2021 after arriving from abroad, pleaded guilty of violating Republic Act No. 11332, which requires mandatory reporting of notifiable diseases. She was fined ₱20,000.[147]
  • September 6: The Department of Justice publicly released its May 12, 2022 decision dismissing for lack of merit the cyber libel charges against Gabriela Women's Party-List Rep. Arlene Brosas and former Makabayan bloc representatives Carlos Isagani Zarate, Luzviminda Calolot-Ilagan and Liza Maza over alleged defamatory and libelous statements against the police in 2021.[148]
  • September 8: The Senate Blue Ribbon Committee recommended the filing of administrative and criminal charges against suspended agriculture undersecretary Leocadio Sebastian and three former officials of the Sugar Regulatory Administration over the controversial Sugar Order No. 4.[149]
  • September 9:
    • The implementing rules and regulations of the Foundling Recognition and Protection Act (Republic Act No. 11767), which deems abandoned children with unknown birth and parentage as natural-born Filipino citizens, were signed.[150]
    • The Court of Appeals issued the privilege of the writ of amparo in favor of activists Elizabeth "Loi" Magbanua and Alipio "Ador" Juat as well as a permanent protection order for them and their immediate families.[151]
  • September 10: The Supreme Court publicly released its June 28, 2022 decision that those who are unknown or unpopular should not be automatically declared as nuisance candidates.[152]
  • September 17: The province of Maguindanao was announced to undergo separation into two provinces: Maguindanao del Norte and Maguindanao del Sur, pending plebiscite by COMELEC in accordance with Republic Act No. 11550.[153]
  • September 19: TV and movie personality Vhong Navarro surrendered to the National Bureau of Investigation after a court in Taguig issued a warrant of arrest against him over the acts of lasciviousness charges filed by model Deniece Cornejo. Cornejo claimed Navarro raped her in her condominium unit on January 17 and 22, 2014.[154]
  • September 21:
    • Cebu Governor Gwen Garcia issued a new executive order prohibiting public swimming and similar activities in all of the waters surrounding the town of Cordova. This was due to the presence of fecal coliform, which was confirmed through ambient coastal water sampling in Barangay Catarman.[155]
    • The Manila Regional Trial Court Branch 19 junked the government’s petition to declare the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and the New People's Army (NPA) terrorist organizations.[156]
  • September 25–26: Super Typhoon Noru (Karding) ravaged Luzon. Twelve people were reported killed while 6 were missing. Damages were estimated at 3.1 billion pesos.[157]
  • September 25: Five members of the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office of Bulacan were killed in a flash flood in Barangay Camias in San Miguel, Bulacan caused by the onslaught of Super Typhoon Karding.[158]
  • September 26: The Philippines filed at least 405 diplomatic protests against China's aggression in the country's exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in the West Philippine Sea.[159]
  • September 27: The Masungi Geopark Project was accorded the highest honor in the Inspire Category of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Action Awards, held in Bonn, Germany.[160]
  • September 28: The final phase of the decommissioning of The Moro Islamic Liberation Front's fighters began[161].
  • September 30:
    • The Supreme Court publicly released its decision dated December 7, 2021 striking down two subsections of the Bayanihan 2 Law which imposed new taxes on Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGO) licensees.[162]
    • The Liberal Party elected veteran lawmaker Edcel Lagman its new president, replacing former Senator Francis Pangilinan, who was in turn named chairman of the party.[163]

October

  • October 1: A total of 433 bettors won the ₱236,091,188.40 jackpot prize of the Grand Lotto 6/55. Their winning combination was 09-45-36-27-18-54.[164]
  • October 3: Broadcaster Percy Lapid was killed while driving to his home in Las Piñas. He was a staunch critic of former president Rodrigo Duterte and other high-profile personalities.[165]
  • October 4: The Supreme Court ordered former anti-insurgency task force spokesperson Lorraine Badoy to explain why she should not be cited for contempt over her maligning on social media of Manila Regional Trial Court Branch 19 Judge Marlo Magdoza-Malagar.[166]
  • October 9: Former senator Leila de Lima was held hostage by a detained alleged member of Abu Sayyaf Group at the Philippine National Police Custodial Center in Camp Crame in Quezon City as he and two others attempted to escape. De Lima was set free while all three suspects were killed by the police.[167]
  • October 10:
    • Republic Act No. 11934, a law requiring the registration of SIM cards, became the first to be signed by President Marcos Jr. The bill was previously vetoed by former president Duterte on April 15.[168]
    • Marcos signed Republic Act No. 11935, postponing the December 5 Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan elections and setting both synchronized elections on the last Monday of October, beginning in 2023, and every three years thereafter.[169]
    • The Sandiganbayan sentenced Datu Sajid Islam Ampatuan, former mayor of Shariff Saydona Mustapha, Maguindanao, to at least 128 years in prison for multiple counts of graft and malversation.[170]
    • The Court of Appeals (CA) denied the motion for reconsideration filed by Nobel Peace Prize laureate and Rappler CEO Maria Ressa and former researcher Reynaldo Santos Jr., over the cyber libel case filed against them.[171]
  • October 11: Juanito Jose Diaz Remulla III, a son of Justice Secretary Boying Remulla, was arrested by members of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency in connection with a shipment of ₱1.3 million worth of "kush" or high-grade marijuana.[172]
  • October 17:
    • Veteran election lawyer Atty. Romulo "Romy" Macalintal filed a petition before the Supreme Court challenging the constitutionality of Republic Act No. 11935, which postponed the barangay elections to 2023.[173]
    • The Muntinlupa Regional Trial Court Branch 204 allowed former Bureau of Corrections chief Rafael Ragos to proceed with his testimony recanting his allegations against detained former senator Leila de Lima.[174]
    • The Supreme Court publicly released its October 11, 2022 decision ordering Lorraine Badoy to comment on an indirect contempt petition filed against her over her Facebook posts attacking Manila RTC judge Marlo Magdoza-Malagar.[175]
  • October 19: Bonuan Buquig National High School in Dagupan City won the World's Best School Prize for Environmental Action after it restored mangroves devastated by typhoon Pepeng in 2009.[176]
  • October 20: The Sandiganbayan publicly released its October 14 decision dismissing the graft and falsification charges against former Caloocan City mayor Recom Echiverri and two other former city officials due to lack of evidence.[177]
  • October 23: Korean Air Flight 631 overshot a runway upon landing at Mactan-Cebu International Airport. No injuries were reported.[178]
  • October 30: Severe Tropical Storm Nalgae (Paeng) wreaked havoc on the country. Damages were estimated at more than 4.1 billion pesos; 155 were reported dead and 34 went missing.[179]

November

  • November 7: The National Bureau of Investigation and the Philippine National Police (PNP) filed two murder complaints before the Department of Justice (DOJ) against suspended Bureau of Corrections chief Gerald Bantag and Senior Superintendent Ricardo Zulueta over the killing of radio commentator Percy Lapid and the alleged middleman Jun Villamor.[180]
  • November 8:
    • The Philippines received its ₱6.84-billion Ground Based Air Defense System, along with a new medium-lift transport aircraft for the Philippine Air Force.[181]
    • Clashes erupted between the Philippine Army and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) in Ungkaya Pukan, Basilan. The government forces were conducting clearing operations to weed out "lawless elements" in the area controlled by the MILF. Fighting continued until November 10, when a ceasefire was signed between two sides.[182]
  • November 15: The Office of the Ombudsman suspended National Irrigation Administration (NIA) Administrator Benny Antiporda for six months after several NIA employees filed administrative complaints against him.[183]
  • November 25: Former Quezon City councilor and actor Roderick Paulate was found guilty of graft and falsification by the Sandiganbayan . He was sentenced to at least 10 years in prison in connection with the hiring of fictitious job contractors in 2010.[184]

December

  • December 5: After two years of closure, the Roosevelt Station of the Light Rail Transit Line 1 (LRT1) with adjusted train service hours.[185]
  • December 9: The United States Department of the Treasury imposed sanctions on Kingdom of Jesus Chrsit leader Apollo Quiboloy and around 40 others across 9 countries for alleged involvement in corrupt practices and human rights abuses.[186]
  • December 17: Baliwag in Bulacan became a city after the ratification of a plebiscite in accordance with Republic Act No. 11929, which lapsed into law on July 30.[187]
  • December 27: The mandatory registration of SIM cards started after its implementing rules and regulations were released by National Telecommunications Commission.[188]

Holidays

According to Proclamation No. 1236, the following are the holidays in 2022:[189]

  • January 1 – New Year's Day
  • February 1 – Chinese New Year
  • February 25EDSA People Power Revolution Anniversary
  • April 9Araw ng Kagitingan (Day of Valor)
  • April 14 – Maundy Thursday
  • April 15 – Good Friday
  • April 16 – Black Saturday
  • May 1Labor Day
  • May 13Eid'l Fitr (Feast of Ramadan)
  • June 12Independence Day
  • July 20Eid'l Adha (Feast of Sacrifice)
  • August 21Ninoy Aquino Day
  • August 30 – National Heroes Day
  • November 1All Saints Day
  • November 2 – Special Working Holiday
  • November 30Bonifacio Day
  • December 8 – Feast of the Immaculate Conception
  • December 24 – Special working holiday
  • December 25 – Christmas Day
  • December 30Rizal Day
  • December 31 – Special working holiday (in observance of New Year's Eve celebrations)

Economy

  • January 4: The Philippines and Japan renewed their Bilateral Swap Arrangement, which allows the two countries to swap their currencies in exchange for the US dollar.[190]
  • January 5: British banking magazine The Banker named Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Governor Benjamin Diokno Global Central Banker of the Year for 2022.[191]
  • January 18: The Department of Transportation entered into a Php 142 billion contract with China Railway Group Limited for the first phase of the expansion of the Philippine National Railway system to the Bicol region.[192]
  • January 25: The National Telecommunications Commission granted the analog and digital frequencies long held by media giant ABS-CBN Corporation to Advanced Media Broadcasting System, Sonshine Media Network International and Aliw Broadcasting Corporation.[193] In July 2020, lawmakers voted not to renew the franchise of ABS-CBN, which had been attaked by President Rodrigo Duterte throughout his term.[194]
  • January 31: The Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) put a stop to the trading of shares of DITO CME Holdings Corporation, whose majority owner is Dennis Uy, a close associate of President Rodrigo Duterte. This came after the company notified the PSE and the Securities and Commission that it was cancelling its stock rights offer due to "less than ideal market conditions."[195]
  • February 4: The Bankers Association of the Philippines and the Department of Justice enter into an agreement to work together to fight cybercrimes in the country and raise awareness about cybersecurity. [196]
  • February 9: The Philippines received a ¥329-million grant from the Japan International Cooperation Agency which is aimed at developing human resources in the country.[197]
  • March 31: Space Exploration Technologies Corp., or SpaceX, announced that it would launch its Starlink satellite broadband service in the Philippines, the first in Southeast Asia.

April

  • April 6: The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas launched the Php 1,000 polymer banknote. It features the Philippine Eagle, replacing the World War II heroes José Abad Santos, Josefa Llanes Escoda, and Vicente Lim, whose images were printed on the older incarnations of the bill. The replacement had been criticized by historians.
  • April 25: Sun Cellular's postpaid service was rebranded as its mother company Smart's postpaid service.[198]
  • April 28: The Bangko Sentra ng Pilipinas approved sanctions against Unionbank of the Philippines and BDO Unibank over hacking incidents in December 2021 that affected clients.

May

  • May 27: The registration of Starlink Internet Services Philippines Inc., a subsidiary of Elon Musk's space manufacturing company SpaceX, was approved by the National Telecommunications Commission. [199]Starlink Philippines will operate as a value-added service provider.

June

  • June 3: Filipino startup AcadArena was included in this year's Forbes 30 under 30 in Asia for helping student gamers compete in international e-sport tournaments.[200]
  • June 6: Japanese tycoon Kazuo Okada and Antonio “Tonyboy” Cojuangco, as well as five other company board members and at least 14 others, were sued over their alleged hostile takeover of Okada Manila.[201]
  • June 24: The Philippine Stock Exchange's trading floor, one of the oldest in Asia, permanently closed as brokers shifted to working remotely, partly due to the Covid-19 pandemic.[202]

July

  • July 20: The resort and casino formerly known as Resorts World Manila rebranded to Newport World Resorts (NWR).[203]
  • July 22: Banco de Oro Universal Bank, the country’s largest private financial institution, moved to foreclose on the loan collateral of Dennis Uy of Davao City.[204]

August

  • August 10:
    • The Securities and Exchange Commission revoked the registration of Katuwang Poultry Chicken Egg Producing Corporation for illegally soliciting investments from the public online.[205]
    • President Bongbong Marcos rejected the draft for Sugar Order No. 4, a proposal to import an additional 300,000 metric tons of sugar amidst a sugar crisis. This led to the resignation of Sugar Regulatory Administration officials and the launch of investigation into the document by both the House of Representatives and the Senate.[206]
    • A joint agreement between ABS-CBN Corporation and MediaQuest Holdings was officially signed.[207]
  • August 26: The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) signed a Japan-supported memorandum of understanding that is part of the $2.2 million Japan-ILO project Bringing Back Jobs Safely under the COVID-19 Crisis in the Philippines: Rebooting Small and Informal Businesses Safely and Digitally.[208]
  • August 30: Coca-Cola Beverages Philippines, Inc., temporarily suspended operations in four of its plants across the country amid sugar supply problems.[209]

September

  • September 2: The Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) ordered the group of businessman Antonio "Tonyboy" Cojuangco to cease and desist from operating Okada Manila.[210]
  • September 5: Digital payments platform Visa announced the appointment of Jeff Navarro as the new manager for the Philippines and Guam[211].
  • September 12: The resignation of Ayala Corporation president, CEO and vice chairman of the board Fernando Zobel de Ayala from all his positions was announced. His stepping away from his family's businesses was necessitated by his current health condition. The business mogul was on medical leave prior to his resignation.[212]
  • September 16: Coca-Cola Beverages Philippines' bottling plants in Tagbilaran City, Bohol and Pavia, Iloilo suspended operations due to shortage of sugar.[213]
  • September 22: The Alliance for Financial Inclusion (AFI) announced the inaugural Nestor Espenilla Jr., Financial Inclusion Innovation Award to honor the late Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas governor's contribution to the Philippines and the world.[214]
  • September 28: Ayala Corporation announced the appointment of Cezar "Bong" Consing as its president and chief executive officer. He took over from Fernando Zobel de Ayala.

October

  • October 17: Japanese gaming tycoon Kazuo Okada was arrested by authorities upon his arrival in Manila over charges of grave coercion filed by former business partners and executives.[215]

Culture and entertainment

January

  • January 21: Tracy Maureen Perez of the Philippines was among the top 40 semifinalists announced by Miss World for the pageant's 2021 edition. The coronation night is scheduled for March.[216]
  • January 26: Miss Philippines Nica Zosa was named Miss Summit International 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada.[217]
  • January 28: Sinigang was hailed as the best soup in the world by travel website TasteAtlas.[218]
  • January 29: Don Josephus Eblahan’s The Headhunter’s Daughter won the Short Film Grand Jury Prize and Martika Ramirez Escobar’s Leonor Will Never Die bagged he World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award: Innovative Spirit at the Sundance Film Festival 2022.

February

  • February 28: The Miss Universe Philippines organization announced the official 50 delegates for its 2022 pageant.[219]

March

  • March 6: Fuschia Anne Ravena, representing Cebu City, was crowned as Miss International Queen Philippines 2022. The event was held at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City.[220]
  • March 16: Gabriella Mai Carballo was crowned Miss Cebu 2022. The event was held at Plaza Independencia in Cebu City.[221]
  • March 17: Miss Philippines Tracy Maureen Perez made it to the top 13 of Miss World 202, held in San Juan, Puerto Rico.[222]
  • March 18: Miss Philippines Kathleen Paton won Miss Eco International 2022. The event was held in Egypt.[223]
  • March 27: Dean Dianne Balogal, representing Baguio City, was crowned Hiyas ng Pilipinas 2022. The event was held in Cebu.[224]
  • March 30
    • Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray unveiled a wax figure of herself at Madame Tussauds Singapore. She is the first Filipino to have a replica in the museum.[225]
    • Miss Philippines Jerelleen Rodriguez was crowned Reina Internacional del Cacao 2022. The event was held in Panama.[226]

April

  • April 3: Miss Philippines Michelle Arceo was named 1st runner-up in Miss Environment International 2022. The pageant was held in Mumbai, India.[227]
  • April 6: Miss Universe Philippines unveiled the official 32 delegates for its 2022 pageant.[228]
  • April 19: Zeah Nestle Pala, representing Tarlac, was crowned Miss Bikini Philippines 2021. The event was held at Vista Alabang in Las Piñas City.[229]
  • April 21: Miss World Philippines announced the official 35 delegates for its 2022 pageant.[230]
  • April 22: Binibining Pilipinas announced the official 40 delegates for its 2022 pageant.[231]
  • April 27
    • Binibining Pilipinas updated its 2022 roster after the withdrawal of Gwendoline Meliz Soriano, Ma. Francesca Taruc, and Iman Franchesca Cristal from this year's competition. Patricia Ann Tan, Joanna Marie Rabe, and Ma. Isabela David took their placed.[232]
    • Michelle Dee, representing Makati City, emerged as a frontrunner in the preliminary competition of Miss Universe Philippines 2022 after bagging six special awards.[233]
  • April 28: Uncharted, the film starring Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg and produced by Sony Pictures, is pulled out of local cinemas due to a scene showing China’s nine-dash map, which illustrates the superpower's disputed claim over South China Sea.[234]
  • April 30: Celeste Cortesi, representing Pasay, was crowned Miss Universe Philippines 2022.[235]

May

  • May 1: Kriz Gazmen replaced Olivia Lamasan as the head of ABS-CBN Films. Lamasan became a consultant for content, partnerships, and talent management via Rise Artists Studio, which is owned by the same company.[236]
  • May 17: Justine Aliman, the long-time stylist of Catriona Gray, among other personalities, was named as the new official swimwear designer of the Binibining Pilipinas pageant.[237]
  • May 25:
    • The Miss Aura Philippines organization unveild the official 20 delegates for its 2022 pageant.[238]
    • After finishing in the top 5 of the 70th Miss Universe held in December 2021, Beatrice Gomez was named as an honorary member of Friends of Marines and given a military merit medal.[239]
  • May 29: Singer Anji Salvacion from the Celebrity Edition won in Pinoy Big Brother: Kumunity Season 10.[240]
  • May 30: Miss World Philippines 2022 announced the top 11 in its national costume competition.[241]

June

  • June 5: Gwendolyne Fourniol was crowned Miss World Philippines 2022.[242]
  • June 7: The Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival announced the top 13 finalists of its 2022 full-length film competition.[243]
  • June 8: Ramona Diaz’s A Thousand Cuts, a 2021 documentary about the hostility of the Philippine government towards the press, won the 2022 George Foster Peabody Award in the documentary category.[244]
  • June 18: The coronation event of Man of the World 2022 was held in Baguio. It was the Philippines' first time to host the event.[245]
  • June 19: Basurero, a short film featuring actor Jericho Rosales, won the Grand Jury Best Global Film award at the Auntyland Film Festival 2022 held in New York.[246]
  • June 25:
    • Micca Rosal of Batangas was crowned Miss Aura International Philippines 2022 at the St. Francis Shangri-la Place in Mandaluyong City.[247]
    • Miss Philippines Shanon Fuschia Anne Ravena was crowned Miss International Queen 2022 in Pattaya, Thailand.[248]
  • June 27: Myron Jude Ordillano of Parañaque City was crowned Mister International Philippines 2022 at the grand ballroom of Okada Manila in Parañaque City.[249]

July

  • July 6: Bibingka was included in food magazine TasteAtlas's top 15 best-rated cakes in the world.[250]
  • July 7: Five Filpino establishments -- Toyo Eatery, Mecha Uma, Gallery by Chele, Locavore, and M Dining + Bar M -- were included in global ranking system Opinionated About Dining's (OAD list of top Asia restaurants.[251]
  • July 13:Boracay made it to TIME Magazine's World's 50 Greatest Places in 2022.[252]
  • July 14: Miss Philippines Earth 2022 candidates Angela Okol, Reneé Coleen Sta. Teresa, and Cess Cruz were disqualified from the competition for not meeting its height requirement.[253]
  • July 16:
    • Boracay, Palawan, and Cebu were among New York-based magazine Travel + Leisure's 25 Best Islands in the World.[254]
    • Miss Philippines Alison Black finished in the top 24 of Miss Supranational 2022, held in Nowy Sącz, Poland.[255]
  • July 17: Mister Philippines RaÉd Fernandez Al-Zghayér finished in the Top 20 of Mister Supranational 2022 held in Nowy Sącz, Poland.[256]
  • July 19: Kathleen Paton received her diplomatic title United Nations (UN) youth goodwill ambassador in Egypt, where she was also crowned Miss Eco International 2022 in March.[257]
  • July 22: Philippine delegates Angela Clare Lim Tan, Alexis Griff Genovatin and Arthur Caleb Co won gold and a silver medals at the 2022 Copernicus Math Olympiad in New York City.[258]
  • July 23: Sam Coloso of Parañaque City was chosen as the first grand winner of Sexy Babe on It's Showtime.[259]
  • July 24: Sarah Geronimo returned to ASAP Natin 'To after more missing the show for almost two years.[260]
  • July 28:The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) announced the winners of its inaugural content creation grants program.[261]
  • July 30:
    • Veteran Actress Coney Reyes returned to Eat Bulaga! after more than three decades.[262]
    • ABS-CBN actress and executive Charo Santos-Concio and musical film Katips won top awards in the 70th FAMAS Awards, held at the Metropolitan Theatre in Manila.[263]
  • July 31: Nicole Borromeo of Cebu was crowned Binibining Pilipinas–International 2022.[264]

August

  • August 1: Fashion designer Francis Libiran launched a new bridal collection, which consists of 10 gowns with a variety of silhouettes.[265]
  • August 6: Jenny Ramp of Tarlac was crowned Miss Philippines Earth 2022.[266]
  • August 7: Miss Philippines Joanna Camelle Mercado was crowned Miss United Continents 2022 during its coronation event which was held in Portoviejo, Ecuador.[267]
  • August 8:
    • Filipinos Dwyane Yra Dinglasan and Deo Dia were included in Airbnb's 12 best hosts under the age of 30 in the Asia Pacific region.[268]
    • Tortang talong was ranked among the best egg dishes in the world on lifestyle website TasteAtlas.[269]
  • August 10: Three restaurants in the Philippines were included in the list of the best pizza places in the Asia-Pacific region by an Italy-based website.[270]
  • August 12:
    • The famous "dancing inmates" of the Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center (CPDRC) were relaunched by the provincial government of Cebu.[271]
    • After 7 years on air, FPJ's Ang Probinsyano, the country's longest-running television series which premiered on September 28, 2015, finally ended.[272][272]
  • August 12: The first drop for the non-fungible token (NFT) collection of Idol Philippines took place as part of a promotion. The singing television contest is the first-ever Philippine television program to launch its own NFT collection.[273]
  • August 14: The Baseball Player and Blue Room bagged top prizes at the Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival 2022.[274]
  • August 15: Twelve years since the last TV adaptation of Darna, a modern retelling of the origin of the superhero created by the late Mars Ravelo premiered. The character is portrayed by actresses Iza Calzado and Jane De Leon in two different generations.[275]
  • August 18: Four paintings by Fernando Amorsolo, the first National Artist of the Philippines, were donated to the National Museum of the Philippines.[276]
  • August 26: The Broken Marriage Vow, ABS-CBN’s adaptation of BBC One’s hit global drama "Doctor Foster," won Best TV Format Adaptation (Scripted) in Asia at the ContentAsia Awards held in Bangkok, Thailand.[277]
  • August 27: Arianne Galenzoga of Barangay Consolacion was crowned Miss Cagayan de Oro 2022.[278]
  • August 28: Kabkaban Festival of Carcar City won major titles during the Pasigarbo sa Sugbo 2022.[279]
  • August 29: Vogue Philippines released its first issue, featuring Chloe Magno, a Filipino-American model hailing from Davao.[280]

September

  • September 5: ABS-CBN actress Belle Mariano was one of the recipients of the Outstanding Asian Star Prize at the 2022 Seoul International Drama Awards (SDA).[281]
  • September 6: The Philippines was announced to be among the countries "tweeting most" about South Korean pop culture.[282]
  • September 8:
    • The Mutya ng Pilipinas organization adjusts the age requirement for candidates of this year's national pageant.[283]
    • The Philippines scores a back-to-back win at the 29th World Travel Awards as Asia’s Leading Beach Destination and Asia’s Leading Dive Destination.[284]
  • September 13: ABS-CBN’s "Kapamilya Himig Handog" songwriting contest and "Act As If You Have the Virus" internal communications campaign wins the big prize at the prestigious 2022 Silver Quill Awards given by the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Asia Pacific.[285]
  • September 18: Khimo Gumatay of Makati City won as the second Idol Philippines grand champion.[286]
  • September 20:
    • The Museo ng Pag-asa of the Angat Buhay Foundation was opened to the public.[287]
    • Filipino-South African poet Jim Pascual Agustin won the 2022 Gaudy Boy Poetry Book Prize from New York-based press Singapore Unbound for his work "Waking Up to the Pattern Left by a Snail Overnight."[288]
  • September 25:
    • The Museo Pambata was re-opened to the public.[289]
    • Lea Salonga was named as one of the recipients of Time magazine's 2022 TIME100 Impact Awards.[290]
    • Miss Philippines Micca Rosal finished in the Top 10 of Miss Aura International 2022, which was held in Turkey.[291]
  • September 27:
    • Edgar "ChooxTV" Dumali and former "It's Showtime" host Eric "Eruption" Tai were named brand ambassadors of Minana, a Filipino esports team and lifestyle brand.[292]
    • The Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) was declared a national cultural treasure.[293]
  • September 28: Lumpiang shanghai took the number 2 spot in lifestyle website TasteAtlas's top 50 best street snacks around the globe.[294]
  • September 29:
    • ABS-CBN News chief Regina "Ging" Reyes was named 2022 Southeast Asia Laureate for Women in News Editorial Leadership by the World Association of News Publishers for her "exceptional contribution to the newsroom, editorial integrity, and outstanding leadership."[295]
    • GMA News and Public Affairs' "Dapat Totoo" campaign bagged the best in audience engagement award at the Digital Media Awards Worldwide, organized by the World Association of News Publishers.[296]
    • HBO Asia Original series On The Job was nominated for best TV movie/mini-series at the 2022 International Emmy Awards.[297]
    • Rappler senior reporter Pia Ranada, Community pantry organizer Ana Patricia Non, and molecular biologist Dr. Pia Bagamasbad were among the 10 recipients of this year's The Outstanding Women in the Nation's Service (TOWNS) Award.[298]
    • A Thousand Cuts, a documentary on Rappler CEO Maria Ressa, won the award for outstanding social issue documentary at the News and Documentary Emmys.[299]
  • September 30:
    • Sixteen ABS-CBN shows and personalities were proclaimed national winners in the Asian Academy Creative Awards.[300]
    • On the Job: The Missing 8, the Erik Matti crime thriller which earned a historic win for lead actor John Arcilla, was chosen as the Philippines’ official entry for best international feature at the 95th Academy Awards.[301]

October

  • October 1: Mister Philippines Joshua De Sequera was hailed as the 1st runner-up in the Manhunt International 2022 pageant, held in Manila.[302]
  • October 3: Filipino-American R'Bonney Gabriel of Texas was crowned Miss USA 2022, which was held in Reno, Nevada.[303]
  • October 4: Shangri-La Boracay and El Nido Resorts were included in the list of the best such establishments in the world in Conde Nast Traveler's Readers' Choice Awards for 2022.[304]
  • October 7: The "Tumindig" design, created by Kevin Eric Raymundo, better known as "Tarantadong Kalbo", was among nine projects by Filipinos recognized at the Good Design Awards 2022.[305]
  • October 10: Adjaro family of Baguio received the "Natatanging Pamilyang Pilipino" award from the Department of Social Welfare and Development.[306]
  • October 12: Precious Paula Nicole was crowned winner in the conclusion of Drag Race Philippines, which was held at the Okada Manila.[307]
  • October 14:
    • Chicken inasal ranked 5th out of 50 on Taste Atlas’ latest list of best chicken dishes in the world.[308]
    • Miss Philippines Gabrielle Basiano finished in the Top 20 of Miss Intercontinental 2022 held in Egypt.[309]
  • October 15:
    • Miss Philippines Chelsea Fernandez finished in the Top 15 of Miss Globe 2022 held in Tirana, Albania.[310]
    • Miss Philippines Alexandra Mae Rosales is crowned Miss Supermodel Worldwide 2022, which was held in India.
  • October 19: Beauty queen Pia Wurtzbach was announced to be the highest earning Instagram user from the Philippines in 2021, according to NetCredit.[311]
  • October 21:
    • Anne Patricia Lorenzo of Tondo, Manila, won the grand prize in Miss Q&A: Kween of the Multibeks of It's Showtime.[312]
    • Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla were picked as ultimate fan favorites in the first Jeepney TV Fan Favorite Awards.[313]
  • October 25: Roberta Tamondong finished in the Top 20 of Miss Grand International 2022 in Bali and Jakarta, Indonesia. On October 30, she was elevated by the organization to the 5th runner-up position following the resignation of Yuvna Rinishta of Mauritius three days after the coronation.[314]
  • October 30:
    • Mister Philippines MJ Ordillano bagged the 4th runner-up title in the Mister International 2022 pageant, held in Quezon City.[315]
    • Kevin Lao and Berjayneth Chee were crowned Mr. and Ms. Chinatown 2022.[316]

November

  • November 4: Kylie Verzosa won best actress at the Distinctive International Arab Festivals Awards (DIAFA) 2022 for her role in The Housemaid.[317]
  • November 7: The Binibining Pilipinas Organization announced it was no longer renewing its franchise with the Miss Grand International (MGI) pageant.[318]
  • November 10: Wanderlust Travel Magazine named Palawan as the world's "Most Desirable Island" for 2022.[319]
  • November 11: Actor, singer, and television presenter Billy Crawford won the twelfth season of Danse avec les stars, the French version of the competition series Dancing with the Stars.[320]
  • November 16: The Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (PLM) formally removed its sex-based guidelines on school uniforms, allowing students to express themselves through their choice of clothing.[321]
  • November 17: Disney+, a streaming service owned by Disney Media and Entertainment Distribution (a division of The Walt Disney Company), was launched in the Philippines.[322]
  • November 19: Team Ryan Bang and Jhong Hilario bagged the grand prize in Magpasikat 2022 of It's Showtime.[323]
  • November 24:
    • The SBTown talent agency launched its first-ever Pinoy pop (P-pop) girl group, YGIG.[324]
    • Miss Grand International and ALV Pageant Circle launched the Miss Grand Philippines pageant at the grand ballroom of Hilton Manila.[325]
  • November 25:
    • Mister Philippines Jovy Bequillo was crowned Man Hot Star International in Bangkok, Thailand.[326]
    • Miss Philippines Maria Angelica Pantaliano was crowned Miss Tourism Metropolitan International 2022 in Malaysia.[327]
  • November 29: Miss Philippines Jenny Ramp finished in the top 20 of Miss Earth 2022 in Okada Manila in Parañaque.[328]
  • November 30: Miss Philippines Meiji Cruz was crowned Miss CosmoWorld 2022 pageant in Malaysia.[329]

December

  • December 1: The first part of the annual Asian Television Awards, dedicated to the Entertainment and Performance categories, was held at the Aliw Theater in Pasay. The second would be held in Singapore a week later.[330]
  • December 2: Coleen Garcia won the best sctress award at the 2022 El Grito International Fantastic Film Festival in Venezuela for her performance in the suspense-thriller film Kaluskos.[331]
  • December 8: Jodi Sta. Maria won the best actress award at the 2022 Asian Academy Creative Awards for her role as Dr. Jill Illustre in an adaptation of the British drama series Doctor Foster, locally titled The Broken Marriage Vow.[332]
  • December 10:
    • Maalaala Mo Kaya, the world's longest-running drama anthology, which premiered on May 15, 1991, aired its final episode after 31 years on air.[333]
    • Miss Philippines Justine Felizarta was named 1st runner-up in Miss Tourism World 2022 in Vietnam.[334]
  • December 11: Dr. Love, the country's longest-running radio program, which premiered in 1997, aired its final episode after 24 years on air.[335]
  • December 12:
    • Miss Philippines Beatriz McLelland was named 1st runner-up in Miss Eco Teen International 2022 in Egypt.[336]
    • Actress Dolly de Leon earned a Golden Globe Award nomination for best supporting actress in a motion picture for her role in the international black comedy film Triangle of Sadness at the 80th Golden Globe Awards.[337][337]
  • December 13: Miss Philippines Hannah Arnold finished in the top 15 of Miss International 2022 in Tokyo, Japan.[338]

Deaths

January

  • January 1: Merlin Magallona (b. August 6, 1934) was an international law luminary and former University of the Philippines (UP) Law dean. He was a resource person for issues such as the constitutionality of the Bangsamoro Basic Law. He was also known for his advocacy in upholding the Philippines’ territorial sovereignty against the incursions of foreign powers such as China.
    His views and writings are often used by government officials as standard. He published works on various topics such as Philippine Territorial Issues, Use of Force and International Security, Philippine Practice of International Law, Globalization, Law of the Sea, and many others.
    He died peacefully in his sleep on January 1, 2022 at the age of 87. Tributes poured from the Philippine legal sector and remembered Magallona as a legend who had taught generations of Filipino lawyers.
  • January 2: Rodolfo Fernandez, popularly known as Rudy Fernandez and the “Iron Man of Asia” (b. December 5, 1947), was a multi-awarded one-legged triathlete from Iloilo. He succumbed to stroke at the age of 74.
  • January 3: Sigfreid Barros-Sanchez (b. June 7, 1976) was a filmmaker. He is remembered for his boundless contribution to the Philippine entertainment and independent film industries.
    He passed away on January 3, 2022 at the age of 46. He is survived by his wife Kaye, and their four children, as well as his four younger siblings and other relatives. Tributes from his friends and colleagues poured in, including those from the Director’s Guild of the Philippines, Inc.
    A crowdfunding drive to help Sanchez pay for his hospital bills had been started. He was confined at the Philippine Heart Center from October 2021 until his death.
  • January 6: Francisco Sionil Jose, popularly known as F. Sionil Jose (b. December 3, 1924) was a journalist and fictionist. He was declared a National Artist for Literature in 2001. As one of the most widely read Filipino authors in the English language, his works have been translated into 28 different languages.
    He passed away on January 6, 2022 at the Makati Medical Center where he was supposed to undergo an angioplasty. He apparently died in his sleep and was declared dead at 9:30 P.M. He was 97.
    Hours before his death, he took to own Facebook page to post what would become his final words. He thanked God and his "brave heart" for "this most precious gift" as he waited for his blood vessel procedure. He hoped to survive it and with it, be able to continue what he had been doing with so much energy.
    • Samuel K. Tan (b. December 30, 1933) was a historian and academician and former Chair of the Department of History of the University of the Philippines (UP) and former Chair of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP). He was the leading expert on the role and contribution of Filipino Muslims to the country’s history. He left behind a legacy of scholarly works, books, and writings on the History of the Philippines especially of the Muslim South.
    • Maria Victoria Carpio-Bernido (b. November 17, 1961) was an educator and physicist. She was a 2010 Ramon Magsaysay Awardee for having developed an innovative approach to teaching students physics in remote areas using technology. Her specializations include quantum mechanics, stochastic processes, and Feynman path integrals.
      On January 6, 2022, she succumbed to metastatic colon cancer at St. Luke’s Medical Center in Taguig, where she had been confined since November 2021.
      She had been cancer-free for almost a year after undergoing a surgery in March 2020 and rounds of chemotherapy. Her cancer was found to have metastasized in July 2021. She was advised to have more rounds of chemotherapy. She became critically ill when she was about to have her seventh chemotherapy session and had been in the hospital since the end of November 2021.
  • January 10: Lisandro Abadia was the former chief of staff of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP). He was a member of the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) Class of 1962. He served in the AFP for 36 years from 1958 to 1994. He was the chief of staff from 1991 under then President Corazon C. Aquino to 1994 under then President Fidel V. Ramos.
    He passed away due to an undisclosed illness at age 83. Appropriate military honors were provided to him in recognition of his legacy and sacrifices as a soldier and head of the military.
  • January 12: Jaynard Angeles was a radio commentator for "Radyo ni Juan Tacurong" and a town councilor aspirant from Lambayong, Sultan Kudarat. He was also a station manager of Radyo ni Juan FM station before he stepped down from his position to take part in the race to be elected as councilor.
    Angeles, who had been a “hard-hitting commentator” for more than 10 years, was shot dead by two gunmen in a car wash establishment in Tacurong City on January 12, 2022. The murderers fled the scene.
    United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Director-General Audrey Azoulay has denounced the killing of Angeles as it promotes the safety of journalists. The police are still trying to determine if the shooting was related to his work as a radio broadcaster or as a political aspirant.
  • January 14: Augusto “Gus” Villanueva was a sportswriter and newspaper editor. He was the publisher and editor in chief of the Philippine Journalists group of newspapers. He was considered the doyen of local sportswriters and a pillar of Philippine journalism. For decades, Villanueva was looked up as a professional mentor and leader with high work ethic and old-school values such as fairness, resiliency, and loyalty.
    • Maoi Recampo Roca (b. December 12, 1974) was a basketball player-turned-celebrity.
      He passed away due to diabetic complications. He was 47. Tributes and condolences were extended to Roca and his family by former teammates and coaches.
  • January 18: Ernesto Fajardo, popularly known as Don Pepot (b. November 6, 1933) was a comedian, actor, radio host, and writer. He is best known for his trademark mustache and aggressive comic style.
    He passed away due to acute respiratory failure. His COVID-19 infection was confirmed critical. He was 88. According to his family, he was hospitalized in October 2021 and was discharged. He was confined again in December 2021 until he succumbed to his disease on Tuesday. A private wake followed by a public viewing of his remains at the Solennelle Funeral Chapels in Valenzuela.
  • January 21: Prolific scriptwriter-director, voice talent, musical director, and head of the DZRH Drama Division Salvador Royales passed away at the age of 75. Popularly known as Direk Badong, he had been with the DZRH since 1980. He was an award-winning writer, with a KBP Golden Dove Award for Best Radio Drama (May Pangako ang Bukas) and a Best Screenplay award for Kapag Langit ang Humatol from the Film Academy of the Philippines. He was best known his long-running serial Mr Romantiko.
  • January 23: Former Department of Foreign Affairs Secretary and AIG Philippines chairman Roberto "Bobby" Romulo passed away at the age of 83. He has been decorated by the governments of Belgium, Thailand, Spain, Chile, France, and the Philippines. He was a recipient of the 2016 Arangkada Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2021, Romulo sent out an urgent appeal to his fellow members in the business community. He prayed “for the return of democracy and its institutions, which the incumbent has trampled.”
    • Former actor and singer Romano Vasquez died in his home in Cavite City. He was 51. The cause of his death was not disclosed to media. He started his career in the 1980s GMA Network teen-oriented variety show That’s Entertainment. He also starred in various films such as Noel Juico, 16: Batang Criminal, First Time… Like A Virgin!, Dark Tide, and Epimaco Velasco: NBI.
  • January 29: Sadanga, Mountain Province mayor Gabino Gangganan collapsed while playing the gong at a wedding in Barangay Guina-ang, Bontoc. He was rushed to a hospital but efforts to revived him failed. The attending doctor at Bontoc General Hospital declared him dead from sudden cardiac death. The late mayor was an active supporter of the National Task Force to End Local Communist Armed Conflict (NTF-ELCAC)’s campaign against progressive organizations. In April 2020, he made headlines after he declined government food aid and employed indigenous community cooperation instead during the Luzon-wide lockdown. He called for the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) to allocate food packs for his town to communities more in need of the assistance.
  • January 30: Former basketball player, coach, and athletic director Valerio “Amang” Lopez passed away due to old age. He was 95. He spent most of his life at Mapua beginning as a player in the late 1940s, then later as a coach, athletic director, and as a consultant. He is credited for nurturing the early careers of cage legends Alvin Patrimonio, Atoy Co, Freddie Hubalde, Bong Ramos, and Chito Victolero. Throughout the years, he has endeared himself to the entire Mapua community and the players he met and worked along the way.


February

  • February 2: Award-winning and veteran actress Rustica Carpio passed away at age 91. She was also an author, director, playwright, scholar, literary critic, and book editor. She was also a former dean of the former College of Languages and Mass Communication, now known as the College of Communication, at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP). Carpio was a recipient of many awards including the Best Actress in the 33rd Gawad Urian in 2010 for her lead role in Brillante Mendoza’s Lola.
  • February 9: Two-time SEA Games medalist in underwater hockey Johanna Uy passed away at age 41. She was part of the Philippine women’s team that won silver in the women’s 4x3 and women's 6x6 events of underwater hockey in the 30th SEA Games. It was reported that Uy and her mother Helen perished in a fire in their home in Quezon City. The fire broke out at 4:00 a.m. and reached the first alarm. Uy and her mother were unable to leave their rooms. Condolences poured in for Uy especially on the Philippine Sports Commission’s Facebook page.
  • February 15: Lawyer, television public affairs host, media executive, and newspaper columnist Ricardo “Dong” Puno Jr. (b. January 20, 1946)p assed away from complications of Parkinson’s disease. He was 76. He was in and out of the hospital as his sickness progressed. Still, his demise was a surprise to the family as he just returned from confinement and seemed to be getting better. He is survived by his wife, Christy; sons Ricky and Donnie; and 11 siblings.
  • February 17: Malaybalay City Mayor Florencio Flores, Jr. passed away. He first tested positive for COVID-19 on January 27 but was able to recover by February 2. Less than a week later, he has again tested positive for the virus and this time with complications. Flores served as Mayor of Malaybalay for three terms starting from 2001, then as Bukidnon 2nd District Congressman, then as Malaybalay Mayor again in 2019. He was supposed to seek reelection this 2022 elections.
  • February 18: Master weaver and recipient of the National Living Treasure Award from the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) Ambalang Ausalin died at her home in Parangbasak, Lamitan. She was 78. Ausalin was recognized for her commitment in safeguarding and promoting the weaving of traditional Yakan textiles, especially the colorful “tennun” or tapestry weave. She came from a family of weavers and learned the craft at a young age. She was also able to produce intricate designs.
  • February 20: Physician and politican Jose Fabian Cadiz passed away at the age of 61. A video shared on Facebook shows that the former vice mayor was in Antipolo, Rizal, after a cycling trip when he collapsed during a stop-over. Relatives later confirmed that Cadiz collapsed while resting in a canteen in Sitio Boso Boso by Bosoboso Church and was rushed to Antipolo City Medical Center System Annex III at Sitio Cabading, Antipolo but was later declared dead on arrival. Cadiz served as vice mayor of Marikina from 2010 to 2019. He was running for representative of the 1st district of the city when he passed away.
  • February 21: Rapper and 187 MOB member Jumer Galicia, popularly known as OG Kaybee, was shot dead in Muntinlupa. Based on reports, Galicia was with fellow rapper Benson Malubay when the three suspects appeared and shot Galicia. The police are still investigating the possible motive behind this incident.
    • Film and television director, screenwriter, and executive producer Eduardo Roy Jr. died of massive pulmonary embolism due to hospital acquired pneumonia at St. Lukes Medical Center in Quezon City. He was 41. He had been diagnosed with Burkitt’s Lymphoma Stage IV in late 2021. Roy won several awards at prestigious local and international film festivals for his works such as Bahay Bata, Quick Change, Pamilya Ordinaryo, Lola Igna, and Fuccbois.
  • February 22: Tarlac 1st District Representative Carlos "Charlie" Cojuangco passed away at age 58. His death was announced in a Facebook post by former broadcast journalist Czarina Maria “China” Jocson, whom he married on October 10, 2021. The cause of Cojuangco's death was not revealed. On October 26, 2021, Cojuangco, a car enthusiast, suffered an aneurysm in the middle of a race on a circuit in Pampanga.

March

  • March 5: Radio, television, and film actress and radio serial director Luz Fernandez passed away at age 86. She started her acting career in the 1950s and was best known for playing antagonists. work in radio included voice acting in programs such as Gulong ng Palad, Ilaw ng Tahanan, Dr. Ramon Selga, Sagrado and Aklat ng Pag-ibig. Her transition to television and film acting saw her starring in renowned films such as Minsa'y Isang Gamu-Gamo and popular TV programs such as OK Ka, Fairy Ko, where she played the memorable character Luka, an evil witch, and Ora Engkantada, where she portrayed Lola Torya, the fantasy show's host. Fernandez also worked as a director, helming the radio serial Dr. Romantiko. She was honored with the “Best Actress of All Time” title by DZRH on its 70th anniversary in 2009.
  • March 7: Educator, first chancellor of the Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU – IIT), and president of the Mindanao State University (MSU) System Camar Umpa passed away at age 73.
  • March 9: Filipino visual artist, photographer and filmmaker Kidlat de Guia was with his family in Spain when he died. The family was wrapping up Kidlat Tahimik's six-month exhibit on the Spanish colonial rule in the Philippines at the Palacio De Cristal when de Guia died. He was finalizing his documentary Rangtay Papan Idjaybangir ('Bridge to the Other Side'), with the support of the Film Development Council of the Philippines, at the time of his death. de Guia was the son of renowned independent filmmaker and National Artist Kidlat Tahimik (born Eric de Guia) and German artist and academic Katrin Gottlieb-de Guia.
  • March 13: Jurist and politician Antonio Eduardo Nachura died at age 80. He served as an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines from February 7, 2007 until his mandatory retirement on June 13, 2011. Prior to this appointment, Nachura was the solicitor-general of the Philippines. He served as representative of the 2nd district of Samar from 1998 to 2004.
  • March 16: Ex-assemblyman, Bohol governor Atty. David Belarmino passed away. He was 88. He was popularly known as Bohol’s “Wonder Boy” for his unbroken string of victories in polls as he served in various elective posts. Belarmino was the second president of the University of Bohol (UB) and former president of Regional Association of Higher Educational Institutions (RAHEI) CHED Region VII. He was also one of the founders of the Bohol Northern Star College, Inc. (BNSC), the first and only tertiary educational institution in Ubay.
  • March 17: GMA Regional TV’s Balitang Bisdak anchor Pablito “Super Bob” Nalzaro passed away at the age of 58. He also served as Radio GMA Cebu’s Station Manager and daily commentary program host at Super Radyo DYSS-AM.
  • March 22: Singer Eva Castillo passed away after a long battle with kidney illness. She was known as the only singer who was able to defeat Regine Velasquez in amateur singing contests. She was 52. Her brief showbiz career started in 2009 when GMA Network looked for her after Velasquez named her in Regine: Roots to Riches docu-musical. Since then, her TV guestings on the network came one after another. However, she disappeared into the limelight when she was diagnosed with a kidney tumor in 2014. In 2017, she joined It’s Showtime’s “Tawag ng Tanghalan.” GMA 7’s resident director Louie Ignacio, who helped Castillo until her last moment, described Castillo as a kind and great singer.
  • March 25: American R&B singer Keith Martin died because of a heart attack. His body was found dead in his Libis, Quezon City condo. He was 57. The musician behind the 2004 hit song “Because of You” moved to the Philippines in 2018.
  • March 29: Rock legend Jun Lopito died at the age of 64. He was best known for his bluesy guitar style and his performances with the likes of other Filipino icons such as The Jerks, Grace Nono, and Joey “Pepe” Smith. Lopito grew up surrounded by music. He honed his skills by tagging along with Tony Jalandoni and Pepe Smith. As a teen, he played guitar in his church and learned classic rock hits by ear. He released the solo project Bodhisattvas with appearances from Pepe Smith, Edmund Fortuno, Cocojam, Spy, The Jerks, and Grace Nono. In 2020, he released his first proper solo album BODHI3NMRK. Despite his fame, he said in an interview that he never considered himself a rock star and that he was just trying to survive. Several artists and members of the Filipino music industry paid tribute to the late legendary guitarist following the news of his death.

April

  • April 7: Veteran actor Carlos Salazar passed away due to complications of old age. He was 90. He was best know for his suave leading man roles in the 1950s and 60s. Salazar was first discovered at a stage performance at the Far Eastern University (FEU) in the early 50s. He then starred in LVN movies and other movie studios and showcased his good looks and acting skills. He also became a movie producer and director. He was also known as a crooner and held court at Manila Hotel and other music lounges and sang like Frank Sinatra.
  • April 12: UP Ikot jeepney route pioneer Irineo Odoy died of pneumonia at age 99. It was said that Odoy started the “Ikot” idea in 1949 when he saw students walking long distances to get to their classes. He started the Ikot route with a jeepney he called “Dagul” and continued for the next nine years until other drivers began to do the same. It has since been an iconic and unique element of the Diliman campus until today. Students and alumni expressed their gratitude to Odoy for his legacy.
  • April 15: Former member of NLEX’s championship squad in the PBA D-League Eric Saguitan died of cardiac arrest. He was 36. The 6-foot-7 player was part of the first three of NLEX’s D-League titles from 2011 to 2012 season. Saguitan also helped the Blackwater Elite in their 2013 D-League Foundation’s Cup title run.
    He had a short stint with the University of the East (UE) before he transferred to San Beda but didn’t play in the NCAA. He played for Asian College Of Science And Technology (ACSAT) in the Universities and Colleges Athletic Association (UCAA). The Cauyan, Isabela native was drafted 32nd overall by Meralco in the 2012 PBA draft. He didn’t make it to the final roster but played for KIA in 2015. Saguitan was also a pastor and highschool teacher and coach in Cauayan.
  • April 16: Philippine sports personality Boyet Sison passed away after undergoing surgery. He was 58. He posted updates about his health condition until before his surgery on his social media account. He said that he experienced pain in his stomach and was bloated. Sison was a staple in Philippine sports from the early 2000s until he called the radio cast for PBA games at DZRJ 810. He also hosted at the league’s coliseum for seven years and other multiple sports programs throughout the years. His most prominent show was ANC’s Hardball, which aired from 2006 to 2020.
    • Gloria Sevilla, queen of Visayas movies, passed quietly in her sleep at age 90. In her younger days, she acted in Visayan-language films such as Badlis sa Kinabuhi which won for her a best actress trophy from the Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS), in 1969. Her career prospered under Premiere Productions. She then branched out to TV acting in the 1970s and played comic roles in a number of sitcoms.
  • April 19: Jose Santiago “Chito” Sta. Romana passed away while on quarantine in China. They were in Anhui, China for a bilateral meeting between Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Secretary Teodoro Locsin Jr. and Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi. The cause of Sta. Romana’s death was unknown. Sta. Romana was veteran broadcast journalist who lived and worked in China for more than three decades. He covered Tiananmen protests and crackdown in 1989 and saw the economic rise of China in 1990s. He headed the Filipino youth delegation that was among the first Filipinos to visit China in 1971.
  • April 23: Veteran broadcaster and sportswriter Florencio “Zaldy” Perez passed away due to a lingering illness. He was 65. He was one of the pioneers of afternoon news broadcasting. He was first a sportswriter who churned out sports stories for Balita, Tempo, and Daily Globe. He also wrote a hard-hitting column for Abante entitled “Laykdatan.” His signature baritone voice was his passport to transition from writing to broadcasting. He became the main anchor of PTV-4’s Balitang Ala-Una. He was nominated for Best Male Newscaster by the PMPC Star Awards for television for the said news program. He also worked as the segment writer and anchor for PTV-4’s coverages of the country’s campaign in the Southeast Asian Games, Asian Games, and the Olympics. Perez was diagnosed with cancer in August 2021. He is survived by wife Annie, son Baste, grandchild Alon, mother, siblings, and other relatives.
    • Fila Philippines owner and CEO Cris Albert passed away. Her body was found lying motionless at The Fullerton Bay Hotel in Singapore. No other details about her death were given. Albert was known for leading Isport Life, the sole distributor and licensee of Fila products in the Philippines. She had been managing the brand in the country for more than 15 years.
  • April 29: Camarines Norte 2nd District Representative Marisol Panotes passed away at age 76. Panotes was the vice chairperson of the committee on disaster resilience and committee on population and family relations in the House of Representatives.

May

  • May 5: Anakalusugan nominee Regina Reyes Mandanas (b. July 3, 1964) passed away due to sepsis. She underwent an operation after suffering from an infection on her foot. Mandanas completed her foreign service degree at the Georgetown University and graduated with honors from the Ateneo Law School. She was the lone representative of the lone legislative district of Marinduque. As a devoted member of the Special Projects Group of Gawad Kalinga, she supported rehabilitation centers for abused and neglected children, disaster management and relief operations, and volunteer recruitment. She was also a member of the Answering the Cry of the Poor Foundation (USA) Inc., better known as ANCOP U.S.A., which helped empower poor Filipino families by providing them shelter and livelihood programs, as well as promoting a culture of health consciousness.
  • May 11: Makeup artist and businessman Fanny Serrano (b. 1950) died in his sleep at age 72. He suffered a stroke in 2016 and eventually recovered. He suffered another stroke in March 2021, this time causing him to be put on life support. He was taken home after spending close to two months in the hospital. Serrano started his career in the beauty industry as an assistant at a salon. He was promoted to hairdresser and makeup artist after filling in for staff while they were on leave. He eventually broke into show business reportedly after doing the makeup of actress Celia Rodriguez. He soon became a makeup artist to other celebrities such as Sharon Cuneta, who became a lifelong friend to Serrano. After establishing a name in both the beauty and showbiz industries, he set up a chain of salons and a line of cosmetic products.
    • Former chairman and president of the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Baltazar N. Endriga (b. December 21, 1929) passed away at age 82. He was admitted to the hospital in March 2022 due to a serious health condition but no further details were given. CCP vice president and artistic director Chris Millado lauded Endriga for being "passionate to the end." "His was a firebrand kind of leadership. Mr. Endriga, 'Bal' in smaller circles, was impatient with what he considered as bureaucratic red tape that would delay pertinent decisions and projects," he said. He added that Endriga “once led CCP employees to demolish illegal structures at the CCP complex. He fought long and hard for the CCP’s claim to the land, a case which stretched through several administrations and finally found resolution under his leadership." Endriga served as CCP president from 1995 to 1998, as chairman from 2001 to 2003, and a part of the Board of Directors from 2010 until his passing.
  • May 15: Prolific veteran artist Miguel Faustman passed away in his sleep at age 67. From stage acting in many productions of Repertory Philippines, he shifted to stage design, direction, and screen acting. Long-time friend and fellow actor Pinky Amador lauded the actor for nurturing many artists and that he has no mean bone in his body.
  • May 20: Actress and film producer Jesusa Purificacion Levy Sonora-Poe, popularly known as Susan Roces (b. July 29, 1941), passed away peacefully at age 80. She was married to fellow renowned actor and one-time Philippine presidential candidate Fernando Poe Jr. Regarded as the "queen of Philippine movies," Roces starred in over 130 films and won five Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS) Awards, including two for best actress. She received a lifetime achievement award from the Film Academy of the Philippines (FAP) and was among 10 individuals honored as "living legends" by the Philippine Post Office, which issued stamps featuring the honorees in line with the celebration of the 75th anniversary of the first Republic stamp of the Philippines.
  • May 29: Makeup artist and hairstylist James Cooper (b. 1949) passed away after he suffered from a heart attack at age 73. He rose to fame when he styled for actresses such as Maricel Soriano, Dawn Zulueta, Sharon Cuneta, and Lorna Tolentino. He also worked in Hollywood for celebrities Farrah Fawcett-Majors and Cher.

June

  • June 8: Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) board of directors member Carmen "Chit" Pedrosa (b. 1941) passed away at age 80. The gaming regulator was described as "a well-known book author, and a celebrated newspaper columnist." She was appointed to the PAGCOR board of directors on July 1, 2016.
  • June 9: Director, producer, and talent manager Shandii Bacolod passed away due to a heart attack at age 39. He was in Thailand for work at that time. He suffered from stroke earlier this year and was confined for a few days at the hospital.
  • June 14: Veteran newsman and former president of the National Press Club (NPC) Alfredo Lobo was found dead in his Malate, Manila condominium. The veteran journalist’s beat included the Malacañang Palace. He was NPC’s president from 1995 to 1998. The NPC said that Lobo “has served the Club with honor and distinction. An amiable person, he was fondly remembered as ‘Mr. Last Question’ during the press conferences in Malacañan, especially during the term of Pres. Fidel Ramos.”
  • June 30: Former Camarines Sur Representative Rolando “Nonoy” Andaya Jr. (b. March 10, 1969) passed away at age 53. He was found dead inside his own residence in Naga City. He served in the House of Representatives during the 11th, 12th, and 13th Congress. He was the Budget Secretary of former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo in 2006. He was again elected to Congress in 2010, 2013, 2016, and 2019. He ran for governor of Camarines Sur in 2022 but lost to Luigi Villafuerte.

July

  • July 8: “People’s Bishop” retired Jaro archbishop Angel Lagdameo passed away due to an undisclosed illness at age 81. Lagdameo served as president of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) from 2005 to 2009. The soft-spoken but outspoken prelate openly stood against corruption, the pork barrel, and human rights violations. He was also a firm advocate of the environment.
  • July 11: Veteran comedian and director Phillip Lazaro (b. June 12, 1971) passed away at age 51. He starred in several films such as Wanted: Perfect Mother (1996), Kailangan Ko’y Ikaw (2000) and Unexpectedly Yours (2017). He was the second unit director of GMA TV series Prima Donnas (Season Two), Widow’s Web, and Nagbabagang Luha.
  • July 12: Former chairperson and CEO of the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) Rolando Atienza (b. June 8, 1944) passed away at age 78. During his term at FDCP, he initiated the country’s participation in international film markets “to promote the country as a viable filming location for international projects.” He also formed programs that provided grants to filmmakers whose projects are screened at international film festivals. It was during his term when the FDCP produced the full-length musical Emir by Chito S. Roño. The film made in collaboration with Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) chronicled stories of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs).
  • July 17: Julius V. Benitez (b. 1977), an educator and mathematician, died at the age of 44. He taught at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics of Mindanao State University - Iligan Institute of Technology and was its chairperson from June to December 2017. Benitez was also a former president of the Mathematical Society of the Philippines in Region 10, 12, and BARMM.[339]
  • July 23:
    • Boy Alano, (b. 1941), an actor, died at the age of 78. He was best known as a sidekick to leading stars such as Dolphy and Fernando Poe Jr.[340][340][340]
    • Caloy Alde (b. 1961), a comedian, died at the age of 60. He was referred to as "Mr. Bean of the Philippines."[341]
  • July 24: Rose Furigay (b. 1964), a former mayor of Lamitan, Basilan, along with two other people, was killed by gunman Chao Tiao Yumol on the Ateneo de Manila University campus.[342]
  • July 31: Fidel V. Ramos (b. 1928), the 12th president of the Philippines, died after a bout with COVID-19. He was 94.[343][343]

August

  • August 5: Cherie Gil (b. 1963), an actress, died of cancer. She was 59.[344]
  • August 10:
    • Lydia de Vega (b. 1964), record-setting sprinter, died of breast cancer. She was 57.[345]
    • Dong Polistico (b. 1967), a former player in the Philippine Basketball Assocation, died of a heart attack. He was 55.[346]
  • August 11: Romeo Sulit (b. 1961), a former vice mayor of Lobo, Batangas, was gunned down while giving a speech at a birthday party.[347]
  • August 13: Melvyn "Panginoon" Calderon (b. 1952), a photojournalist and host, died at age 70. He was a political prisoner during Ferdinand Marcos's dictatorship.[348]
  • August 17: Danilo "Totong" Federez (b. 1960), the puppeteer and voice actor behind Arn-Arn, the puppet patterned after broadcaster Arnold Clavio, died in his sleep. He was 62.[349]
  • August 22: Romy V. Suzara (b. 1940), a film and television director, died at the age of 84.[350]
  • August 23: Andrew Fernando (b. 1970), a singer and stage performer, died at age of 52.[351]
  • August 24:
    • Clarissa "Ilsa" Reyes (b. 1970), a catholic media personality and host, after a bout with health issues.[352]
    • Rene Aranda (b. 1956), an editorial cartoonist, died of lung cancer which had spread to other organs. He was 66.[353]

September

  • September 2: Nelia Sancho (b. 1941), a former beauty queen and activist for women's rights, died at age 71.[354]
  • September 10: Joseph Amangi Nacua (b. 1945), the bishop of Ilagan from 2008 to 2017, died due to a lingering illness. He was 77.[355]
  • September 13: Victorio Dimaguiba (b. 1948), a former trade and industry undersecretary and radio host, died of an illness. He was 73.[356]
  • September 16: John Susi (b. 1965), a former news anchor and radio broadcaster, died of natural causes. He was 57.[357]
  • September 21:
    • Jose "Joe" Antonio (b. 1953), a sports editor at People's Journal for 35 years, passed away at age 69.[358]
    • Susan Henson (b. 1958), a former beauty queen and actress, died of cervical cancer. She was 64.[359]
  • September 23:
    • Alberto Suansing (b. 1952), a former chairman of the Land Transportation Office, died at the age of 70.[360]
    • Joseph Tejada (b. 1990), the incumbent vice mayor of Narvacan, Ilocos Sur, died at the age of 32.[361]
  • September 26: Frederick Kriekenbeek (b. 1932), an exorcist priest and a founding member of the Office of Deliverance and Exorcism of Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cebu, died at the age of 90.[362]

October

  • October 3:
    • Percival "Percy Lapid" Mabasa, a broadcaster who was a vocal critic of the administrations of former president Rodrigo Duterte and incumbent president Ferdinand Marcos Jr., was shot dead while on his way to his studio in Las Piñas.[363]
    • Mon Legaspi (b. 1968), the bassist for The Dawn and Wolfgang, died of cardiac arrest. He was 54.[364]\
  • October 7: Miguel "Bong" Abaigar Jr. (b. 1968), a former vice mayor of Calbiga, Samar, was shot to death while he was out cycling.[365]
  • October 9: Ricardo "Ricky" Silvestre (b. 1957), the incumbent mayor of Marilao, Bulacan, died in a road crash.[366]
  • October 16: Jachob "Coco" Rasuman, an investment scammer, died of a heart attack in the New Bilibid prison.[367]
  • October 27: Gregorio R. Vigilar (b. 1928), a former secretary of the Department of Public Works and Highways, died at the age of 94. He served under presidents Fidel Ramos and Joseph Estrada.[368]
  • October 28: Ernida Agpi-Reynoso (b. 1945), the incumbent mayor of Tayabas City, Quezon, died at the age of 77.[369][369]
  • October 31: Danny Javier (b. 1947), a singer-songwriter and member of APO Hiking Society, died after a lingering illness. He was 75.[370]

November

  • November 11: Beth Day Romulo (b. 1924), a journalist and author and the widower of diplomat and journalist Carlos P. Romulo, died at age 98.[371]
  • November 16: Arthur Angara (b. 1937), a former mayor of Baler, Aurora, died at age 85. He was a younger brother of former senator Edgardo J. Angara.[372]
  • November 19: Flora Gasser (b. 1932), a veteran actress, died at the age of 89.[373]
  • November 23: Betsy Westendorp-Brias (b. 1927), a painter and former member of Binibining Pilipinas executive committee, died at age 94.[374]
  • November 27: Nila Aguillo (b. 1949), a former mayor of Cabuyao, Laguna (2004–2007), died at age 73.
  • November 30: Calixto Cataquiz (b. 1948), a former mayor of San Pedro, Laguna (1986–98; 2007–13), died at age 73.[375]

December

  • December 1: Sylvia La Torre (b. 1933), a veteran singer and actress, died at age 89.[376]
  • December 6: Richard "Ricky" Recto (b. 1962), a former vice governor of Batangas, died at age 59.[377]
  • December 7: Hector Gomez (b. 1974), an actor, died at age 48.[378]
  • December 9: Jovit Baldivino (b. 1993), a singer and singing contest champion, died at age 29.[379]
  • December 11: Mercedes Gotianun (b. 1928), a co-founder of Filinvest Development Corporation, died at age 94.[380]
  • December 16: Jose Maria Sison (b. 1939), the founder of Communist Party of the Philippines, died at age 83.[381]

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