Comelec starts printing ballots for May 9 polls

1/24/2022 2:30:00 AM

The Comelec has started printing on Sunday the 67.2 million automated elections ballots to be used in the May 9 elections, after taking two days to print some 225,000 manual ballots.

The Comelec has started printing on Sunday the 67.2 million automated elections ballots to be used in the May 9 elections, after taking two days to print some 225,000 manual ballots.

MANILA, Philippines -- The Commission on Elections (Comelec) has started printing on Sunday the 67.2 million automated elections ballots to be used in the May 9 elections, after taking two days to

/ 04:31 AM January 24, 2022MANILA, Philippines — The Commission on Elections (Comelec) has started printing on Sunday the 67.2 million automated elections ballots to be used in the May 9 elections, after taking two days to print some 225,000 manual ballots. The National Printing Office (NPO) began printing at 11:27 a.m. on Sunday the 2,588,193 ballots to be used in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao, according to James Jimenez, spokesperson for the Comelec. He confirmed that the manual ballots have all been printed. Although printing has started, Comelec has not released on its website the ballot face template with the final list of candidates. The printing of the manual ballots, which do not have preprinted names of candidates unlike the automated elections ballots, started at around 7 p.m. on Jan. 20.

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2 million automated elections ballots to be used in the May 9 elections, after taking two days to print some 225,000 manual ballots. The National Printing Office (NPO) began printing at 11:27 a. This was the reminder of DOH Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire after a video went viral on social media—showing that a healthcare worker had failed to properly administer a COVID-19 vaccine.m. Fair weather is expected in Metro Manila and the rest of the country which will only experience partly cloudy to cloudy skies with isolated light rains to rain showers and thunderstorms. on Sunday the 2,588,193 ballots to be used in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao, according to James Jimenez, spokesperson for the Comelec. “Iyon pong ating mga nangyayari na mga ganitong hindi naman mga sinasadya but these are some things na puwedeng mangyari (These kinds of instances are not intentional but these are some things that can happen) during the process of vaccination,” said Vergeire in a public briefing on Saturday, Jan. He confirmed that the manual ballots have all been printed. Galvez said the government would also push through with a centralized procurement of COVID-19 vaccines.

Although printing has started, Comelec has not released on its website the ballot face template with the final list of candidates. Healthcare workers who commit mistakes should explain to the vaccine recipient what happened, said Vergeire.0 meters of waves. The printing of the manual ballots, which do not have preprinted names of candidates unlike the automated elections ballots, started at around 7 p.m. They just need to inform you in order for you to understand what happened— and eventually give you the proper vaccine dose),” she said. on Jan. 20.. Some data came, but these are not yet enough,” said Dr.

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