The PREMIERE shopping center SM City Clark, in cooperation with the Electoral Commission (Comelec), is organizing the registration of voters from the cities of Angeles and Mabalacat. Angeles City residents were housed September 3-4 and September 10-11.

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Meanwhile, Mabalacat City residents will be housed September 17-18 and September 24-25. The registration area for voters is located in the event center in front of the SM Foodcourt, a convenient registration location amid the prevailing Covid health crisis. To register, an individual must be a Filipino citizen; at least 18 years of age at the time of the elections (May 2022); and a Filipino resident for at least a year who has resided in the location where he / she wishes to enroll for at least six months. Registrants must also download and complete the CEF-1 application form via ph / or via and the coronavirus self-declaration form and bring at least one valid ID and follow the security protocols issued by the Inter-Agency Task Force. Comelec limits the number of registrants per day. The execution of health declaration forms, body temperature checks and physical distancing, and the mandatory face mask and face shields are enforced on-site, Comelec is the newest government agency to partner with the mall chain to bring basic government services to the public. Other government services in shopping malls include Covid vaccination, international vaccine certification at the Bureau of Quarantine’s satellite office, national ID registration, passport applications, and express services from government agencies such as PagIbig, PhilHealth, Social Security System, and Government Service Insurance System / p> The SunStar website welcomes a friendly debate, but comments posted on this website do not necessarily reflect the views of SunStar
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