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    The Commission on Elections (Comelec) on Wednesday warned violators of the ban on hiring and movement of personnel during election period.

    The Comelec Law Department issued the reminder after receiving complaints of violations of the ban which is prohibited under Comelec Resolution No. 10742, in accordance with Section 261 of the Omnibus Election Code (OEC).

    Senator Panfilo Lacson on Wednesday urged the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) to improve the regulation of electronic sabong (e-sabong).

    This, after PAGCOR Chief Executive Officer Andrea Domingo suggested that e-sabong should have an independent regulator so PAGCOR can concentrate on their present mandate to regulate, operate, authorize and license games of chance, games of cards and games of numbers, particularly casino gaming.

    The government is closely monitoring the possible spike of active coronavirus cases in the country by mid-May following the campaign-related mass gatherings and emergence of Omicron subvariants abroad.

    NTF chief implementer Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr., also the vaccine czar, noted that some areas will become vulnerable to the disease, in the advent of new cases resurgence, due to their very low vaccination coverage.

    The Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Metro Rail Transit Line-3 are extending the "Libreng Sakay" program, allowing the commuting public to enjoy the free rides until May 30.

    In an announcement Wednesday the DOTr and MRT-3 said the program would "continue helping our commuters ease their financial burden amid inflation and rising fuel prices."

    The South Korean-donated K-136 "Kooryong" multi-launch rocket system (MLRS), which is intended for the Philippine Army (PA) and Philippine Marine Corps (PMC), is expected to be delivered as early as June this year.

    This was divulged by Army spokesperson, Col. Xerxes Trinidad, when sought for an update on the project on Wednesday.

    The Philippine Air Force (PAF) can now train on various surface-air missile engagement techniques after it formally accepted its first missile simulator, the SPYDER Philippines Air Defense Systems (SPAD) Simulator-Training Center.

    Air Force spokesperson Col. Maynard Mariano, in a statement Tuesday night, said the acceptance, turnover, and blessing ceremony took place at the Basa Air Base in Floridablanca, Pampanga on April 26.

    More than 300,000 foreign tourists have visited the Philippines since the country opened its borders in February, the Department of Tourism (DOT) said Wednesday.

    This is a significant increase in foreign arrivals, with a big spike noted this month, the DOT said in a news release.

    “We gotta stop fighting amongst each other. I think the only rift should be when take it the stage and try to out perform each other.”

    —Grandmaster Flash

    President Rodrigo Duterte has called for a "bolder vision" and "urgent action" to solve water-related issues in the Asia-Pacific region, saying developing countries like the Philippines still face challenges to ensure people’s universal access to safe, affordable and accessible water.

    In a video message during the heads of states and government meeting at the 4th Asia-Pacific Water Summit in K