Dry run for Boracay entry set at Malay port
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Personnel from different state agencies will man a one-stop shop that will be set up today at the Caticlan jetty port – the main jump-off point to the world-famous Boracay Island. The one-stop shop aims to address issues regarding the entry and exit of residents, workers and media members in the island resort that will be closed up to six months beginning Thursday to pave the way for its rehabilitation.
Zabal, B. R. (2018, April 23). Dry run for Boracay entry set at Malay port. Panay News, p.13.
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