IATF allows beach volleyball 'bubble,' cockfighting in limited areas

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, October 16) — The Inter-Agency Task Force has allowed the Philippine Superliga to hold its beach volleyball tournament under a "sports bubble" set up subject to conditions.

The PSL previously said it plans to hold the tourney in Subic for less than a week.

The Philippines Football League (PFL) will also resume its fourth season on October 25 at the Philippine Football Federation national training center field in Carmona, Cavite.

United City FC captain Stephan Schrock said in a CNN Philippines interview on Friday that his club has been prepared for the resumption of the tourney. The teams will be housed in Nuvali, Sta. Rosa in Laguna, and will be subject to swab testing, and other health protocols.

Meanwhile, the Inter-Agency Task Force Resolution 79 also greenlighted off-track horse race betting stations in areas under general community quarantine (GCQ) or lower quarantine classifications. Cockfighting has also been allowed in areas under modified GCQ.