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Application of emotional intelligence in daily activities is necessary in promoting positive relational and adaptive attitudes. This study explored emotional intelligence and corona-phobia and the moderating influence of the age, family and gender. It employed a descriptive survey research design and a total of two (200) hundred respondents participated in the study through the online monkey survey medium. The study adapted the Emotional Intelligence Scale (EIS) by Schutte, Malouff, Hall,doi:10.37411/pedagogika.v12i1.599 fatcat:5dn5jsvl2zb2fnzwnhum2nnowu