Farmer-beneficiaries who received land titles in Barangay Caliban, Murcia, Negros Occidental on Dec. 4. DAR-NEGROS OCCIDENTAL I The first, also in Barangay SanIsidro, was previously owned by Josefina Lizares, Lydia Lizares, Ruby QuitcoJunsay, Concepcion Flores, and Rodrigo Mahinay, covering 32.49, 16.11, 20.75,23.17, and 4.45 hectares, respectively. Meanwhile, a group of 24 sugarcanefarmer-beneficiaries was awarded titles to 15.9747 hectares of property inBarangay 10 on Nov. 26. The distribution of CLOAs was led by MARPO Ma. JadeSollesta. The installation and distribution ofCLOAs were led by MARPO Julieta Mangao. Municipal Agrarian Reform Programofficer (MARPO) Imelda Lazalita led the distribution of the certificates ofland ownership awards (CLOAs) to the beneficiaries. On Nov. 27, a group of 219farmer-beneficiaries was awarded CLOAs for a total of 109.88 hectares for twoseparate landholdings. In mid-November, DAR-NegrosOccidental-I also facilitated the awarding of land titles and installed 240farmer-beneficiaries in the towns of E.B. Magalona and Murcia.(With a report from PNA/PN) A total of 12 farmer-beneficiarieswere awarded land titles to 5.85 hectares – previously owned by Arturo deLuzuriaga – in Barangay Caliban, Murcia town on Dec. 4. In Victorias City, a total of 48 ARBsreceived land titles for 53.029 hectares in Barangay 14 in rites held on Nov.28. In Toboso, Negros Occidental, a totalof 11 ARBs received land titles for 3.68 hectares of land formerly owned by theRural Bank of Silay in Barangay San Isidro, on Nov. 29. BACOLOD City – A total of 327 agrarianreform beneficiaries (ARBs) have been installed and received titles onlandholdings in four localities in northern Negros Occidental from the lastweek of November to the first week of December. In Sagay City, a total of 13 ARBsreceived CLOAs and were installed on a 6.69-hectare property in BarangayMalubon previously owned by Maria Theresa Llavore. The other property in BarangayTabun-ac, which previously belonged to the Philippine National Bank/StephenAmpil – has an area of 12.88 hectares. Facilitated by the Department ofAgrarian Reform-Negros Occidental I, the series of installation and release ofCLOAs were part of the land acquisition and distribution activities under theComprehensive Agrarian Reform Program Extension with Reforms.
Most of those backing a delay or cancellation said they simply didn’t believe the pandemic could be contained in time for the Games. Among the options that have been floated for a Games held during a pandemic is the possibility of limited spectators, or holding the event behind closed doors. But Mori said reducing the number of spectators would be tough. And he said holding the event without any fans was not an option for now. “If it’s the only way to do it, then it’s something we’d have to consider. If that happens, there might be talk of cancellation,” he was quoted as saying, without elaborating. New polls show a majority of Japanese residents believe the delayed 2020 Games should be further postponed or cancelled altogether Read Also: Chinese football gets go-ahead after 2,000 negative virus tests With just over a year to go until the rescheduled Games, there are persistent doubts about whether the delay will be sufficient for the pandemic to be brought under control. Japan has so far reported 26,300 COVID-19 cases with 989 deaths, but Tokyo has seen an increase in cases recently and the country’s borders remain almost completely sealed to overseas visitors. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her GrandsonWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchTop 10 Tiniest Phones Ever Made5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Awesome TV Series That Got Cancelled Way Too Soon7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your Mind Loading… The development of a coronavirus vaccine or treatment will be key to allowing the postponed Tokyo 2020 games to open in a year’s time, organising committee president Yoshiro Mori said Wednesday. Asked what factors will be crucial for the rescheduled Games to go ahead, Mori said “it would be whether the coronavirus woe is settling down.” “Specifically, the first point will be that a vaccine or drug has been developed,” he said in an interview with national broadcaster NHK, published Wednesday. Asked whether Tokyo could hold the Games if the virus situation remained unchanged, Mori said: “If things continue as they are now, we couldn’t.” But he said that scenario was hypothetical. “I can’t imagine a situation like this will continue for another year,” he said. Thomas Bach admits there is no ‘solution’ at this point to the challenges posed by coronavirus to the postponed Tokyo Olympics Tokyo 2020 should have been opening on Friday, but the Games were postponed in March as the coronavirus spread across the globe, marking the worst disruption to an Olympics since two editions were cancelled during World War II. The Games are now set to open on July 23, 2021, but recent polls have shown less public enthusiasm for hosting the event, as virus cases show a resurgence in Japan. Just one in four people in Japan want to see the delayed Tokyo Games held next year, with most backing either further delay or a cancellation, according to a survey published by Kyodo News this week.