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HEADS UP: America Votes, Slow Siony Tracks Batanes (Nov. 4)

Here's what you need to know today.
by The reportr team
Nov 3, 2020
Photo/s: Hillary Clinton/Twitter

Good morning. Here are the stories you need to know today, Wednesday (Nov. 4)

  • The U.S. votes under the cloud of the COVID-19 pandemic. Democratic Nominee Joe Biden leads pre-election polls while President Donald Trump hopes to pull off another upset.
  • Tropical Storm Siony is moving slowly towards the Batanes-Babuyan area off extreme Northern Luzon, PAGASA said. The storm comes on the heels of Super Typhoon Rolly, which devastated the Bicol Region.
  • Various relief drives are in place for victims of Rolly. Check this link to find out your options.

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In case you missed it:

  • ABS-CBN News' YouTube channel was hacked and was down for several hours on Tuesday after it was restored in the late afternoon.
  • Army Lt. Gen. Antonio Parlade was grilled at a Senate hearing Tuesday where he denied red-tagging actresses Liza Soberano and Angel Locsin and 2018 Miss Universe Catriona Gray.
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Here's an update on COVID-19 cases as of 4 p.m. Nov. 3:

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