Boracay Island is now a sight to behold - Cimatu
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Boracay Island is no longer a cesspool, Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Secretary Roy Cimatu declared on the first day of the 10-day dry run for the soft opening of Boracay Island on Monday. The DENR chief said the 11-day dry run aims to check the status of the environmental intervention done on Boracay Island for the past six months since it was closed to tourism activities. “We will monitor if the rehabilitation works with the arrival of tourists,” he added.
De Vera-Ruiz, E. (2018, October 16). Boracay Island is now a sight to behold - Cimatu. Manila Bulletin, pp. 1, 4.
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