HEADS UP: It's GCQ 'with Heightened Restrictions' for Metro Manila Bubble (May 14)

Here's what you need to know today.
Photo/s: Jerome Ascaño

Here's a Heads Up from reportr on news that you need to know today, May 14:

QUARANTINE NEWS

WHAT'S HAPPENING TODAY 

  • Comelec Chairman Sheriff Abas will give an update to reporters on preparations for the 2022 national elections 
  • Maginhawa Community Pantry founder Patricia Non will host a Facebook live on the first monthsary of the movement 
  • Tropical Storm Crising made landfall in Mindanao last night, threatening to bring floods and landslides.

SUMMIT SANDWICH SESSIONS

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MONEY EXPLAINED

NEWS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • Save the date, DITO Telecommunity said it would go online in Metro Manila on May 17.
  • After President Rodrigo Duterte was cropped from a social media photo of Miss Grand Philippines Samantha Bernardo, DFA Sec. Teddyboy Locsin said photos of the president and vice president in embassies will need to be rearranged.
  • Tropical Depression Crising was forecast to make landfall over eastern Mindanao overnight, bringing heavy rains that could cause floods and landslides.
  • Sen. Manny Pacquiao said earlier this week that Duterte’s stance on the West Philippine Sea dispute with China was “lacking.” An official of their PDP-Laban party said this should not be taken as criticism.

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