After six months of suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic, STL in the country will resume operations on Thursday, the PCSO said.
MANILA, Philippines — After six months of suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Small Town Lottery (STL) in the country will resume operations on Thursday, the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes
PCSO General Manager Royina Garma said a circular had already been issued to all 61 authorized agent corporations allowing them to resume STL, provided they follow the minimum health standards set by the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases.
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No provincial bus fare hike upon resumption of operations on Sept. 30MANILA, Philippines — There will be no fare increase for provincial buses that will resume operations on September 30, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board KAguilarINQ Let's be fair? Will these bus operators still earn (just to get back out there) enough to pay drivers, conductors, bus, etc. or will they be operating at a loss -- which isn't fair. Maybe the gov't can help subsidize part of their gas bec transpo is impt to the citizens
No fare hike for provincial buses — LTFRBThere will be no fare increases once provincial buses resume their operations on September 30, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board announced Sunday.
Creation of more E-learning centers nationwide pushed - Manila BulletinBelieving that the Department of Education (DepEd) remains unprepared to provide quality education for all, Ang Probinsyano partylist Rep. Ronnie Ong has sought the setting up of more E-learning centers nationwide to address the shortage of gadgets and the lack of internet access among the public school students.
As classes resume, Duterte appeals for better services from telcosSabihin mo lang, Digong, na may pinu push ka.
Duterte threatens to stop Facebook operations in PH after shutdown of gov't 'advocacy' pages - Manila BulletinPresident Duterte threatened to stop the operations of Facebook in the country after it took down what he referred to as the government’s advocacy accounts and pages last week. Duterte made the statement after Facebook took down two networks of fake Facebook accounts used to mislead people. Some 155 of these […] Hahahahaha Hindi purpose ng FB maging platform ng mga trolls mo ADVOCACY na pala ang pagkakalat ng fake news. lol
Duterte keeps Metro Manila under GCQ for entire OctoberMetro Manila will stay under general community quarantine (GCQ), a less restrictive measure, from Oct. 1 to 31. | KAguilarINQ KAguilarINQ Less restrictive?, eh di MGCQ na yun🤣 KAguilarINQ Ni retain nyo pa on GCQ binago nyo nman ang restrictions, ang dami nyong label pero wala kyong mapanindigan, magulo pa kayo sa lovelife ko! Hmpf!!! charlang walapoakonglovelife KAguilarINQ Isang magandang desisyon upang protektahan ang mga tao mula sa epidemya