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In Jaclupan in Talisay City and in the mountain barangay of Lusaran in Cebu City, water production decreased to 20,000 from 30,000 cubic meters, while at the Buhisan Dam, production dropped to 4,000 from 6,000 cubic meters. Normally, MCWD produces 301,000 cubic meters, but due to these circumstances, production has decreased to 272,000 cubic meters.MCWD is a water utility firm whose franchise area covers the cities of Cebu, Mandaue, Lapu-Lapu and Talisay, and the towns of Cordova, Consolacion, Liloan and Compostela.Eclarino urged the public to brace for the intense heat expected this Holy Week, with the heat index ranging from 38 to 41 degrees Celsius. He said this is classified under the category of extreme caution, suggesting that heat cramps and heat exhaustion are possible, and further activity may result in heatstroke. 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Pagasa previously defined below-normal rainfall as 20 to 60 percent less than the usual amount, while way-below-normal rainfall indicates more than a 60 percent decrease from the norm.Eclarino advised the public to practice water conservation due to continuing decreased rainfall.He said that on average every March, Cebu’s rainfall is recorded at 60.9 millimeters. However, this year, it is only at 9.8 millimeters, which translates to an 84 percent reduction.“Dagko atong kakulangan sa ulan sa (We have a big rainfall shortage in) Cebu Province,” he said. Production declineEarlier this month, the Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) experienced a critical decline in its surface water facility, losing approximately 29,000 cubic meters per day as a result of the ongoing El Niño phenomenon. In Jaclupan in Talisay City and in the mountain barangay of Lusaran in Cebu City, water production decreased to 20,000 from 30,000 cubic meters, while at the Buhisan Dam, production dropped to 4,000 from 6,000 cubic meters. Normally, MCWD produces 301,000 cubic meters, but due to these circumstances, production has decreased to 272,000 cubic meters.MCWD is a water utility firm whose franchise area covers the cities of Cebu, Mandaue, Lapu-Lapu and Talisay, and the towns of Cordova, Consolacion, Liloan and Compostela.Eclarino urged the public to brace for the intense heat expected this Holy Week, with the heat index ranging from 38 to 41 degrees Celsius. He said this is classified under the category of extreme caution, suggesting that heat cramps and heat exhaustion are possible, and further activity may result in heatstroke. The heat index or “feels-like” temperature combines air temperature and humidity to indicate how hot the weather would feel to the human body.Eclarino advised the public to avoid staying outdoors between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., especially during peak hours when the highest heat index is felt. / KJF

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AS THE Holy Week concluded, Cebu Archbishop Jose Palma urged the Cebuano Catholic faithful to reflect on Jesus Christ’s sacrifice on the cross and become agents of peace and love toward others.The prelate delivered this message in a recorded video posted on the official Facebook page of the Archdiocese and shared with the members of the media on Saturday night, March 30, 2024, just hours before Easter Sunday, which commemorates Jesus’ triumph over death and his resurrection.“Atong paghinaot nga madasig kita sa pagbuhat sa kabubot-on sa atoang Ginoo nga naghigugma nato nga nagpakamatay apan na banhaw,” Palma said.(We hope that we may be encouraged to follow the will of the Lord who loves us, who dies for us but rose again.)Holy Week, locally known as “Semana Santa,” is a religious observance in the Christian calendar, honoring the concluding week of Jesus Christ’s life, including his crucifixion and resurrection.This year’s Holy Week celebration commenced with Palm Sunday on March 24 and concluded on Saturday, March 30.Palma said Christ’s resurrection from the dead brings hope and peace to humanity.He urged the faithful to reciprocate God’s love by showing compassion to others and becoming instruments of peace in the world.The prelate said the resurrection symbolizes hope and redemption, explaining that the stone sealing Christ’s tomb represents sin, and its rolling away symbolizes God’s grace taking over.In the New Testament, after Joseph of Arimathea buried Jesus in a tomb, he rolled a large stone in front of the entrance to seal it.However, when Mary Magdalene, a disciple of Jesus, and other women visited the tomb on the third day after Jesus’ crucifixion, they discovered the stone rolled away and the tomb empty, signifying Jesus’ resurrection.“Busa maglipay kita kay sa iyang pagkabanhaw, naangkon nato ang grasya sa bag-ong paglaom [ug] bag-ong kinabuhi,” he said.(So let us rejoice, for in his resurrection, we attain the grace of new hope and new life.)Palma also expressed his appreciation to the local parishes and partner groups in different towns and cities under the archdiocese for organizing Holy Week activities, such as religious processions. / KJF Online Casino Play Jili Slots and Poker Philippines

Some of the most important trends revolve around the changes to the legalisation of online gambling for offshore operators, with President Rodrigo Duterte cracking down on illegal operations in recent years. Otherwise, we’ve identified that the growth in the land-based gambling industry has resulted in job creation for locals, with more than half of all employees in the entertainment sector being employed for gambling and betting activities.

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