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MANILA – The Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO) declared the brief suspension of the draws for lotto games on Sunday and Monday because of the tropical storm invasion.
“If you don’t mind be educated that the draw exercises booked for now, Nov. 1 until Nov. 2 are suspended. Moreover, resumption of draws will be on Nov. 3 after the lead of frameworks check and other managerial exercises,” PCSO head supervisor Royina Garma said in a message to correspondents on Sunday.
Garma, nonetheless, said selling of tickets in regions not influenced by “Rolly” will proceed as planned.
Then, Garma said solitary bettor from Talisay City, Cebu packed away the PHP35.5 million bonanza prize in Grand Lotto 6/55 on Saturday.
The bettor speculated the triumphant mix 18-52-17-02-54-55.
Six bettors who speculated five right number mix will get PHP100,000 each while 205 players got four right numbers won PHP1,500 each.
Garma said a bettor from Ormoc City, Leyte additionally stowed the PHP48 million big stake prize in Lotto 6/42 draw on Saturday.
The fortunate bettor speculated the triumphant mix 26-27-40-21-01-41 while 21 bettors who got five right mixes won PHP24,000 each.
Champs are encouraged to go to PCSO’s primary office in Mandaluyong City and present the triumphant ticket and two ID cards.
Garma asked general society to disparage PCSO games to create more assets to be utilized to help Filipinos.
The PCSO fills in as the chief government organization for raising and giving assets to wellbeing programs, clinical help and administrations, and good cause of public character.
One of its key projects is the Medical Access Program, which is intended to increase the clinical necessities of Filipinos cross country, especially medical clinic restriction, chemotherapy, dialysis, and post-relocate meds.