Report violations of Boracay establishments - DOT
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The Department of Tourism (DOT) is urging everyone to report establishments that violate regulations at the world-famous Boracay Island almost five months after it reopened to tourists. DOT Undersecretary Art P. Boncato Jr. said it was critical that the business sector and the local government of Malay town, Aklan province must report violations for immediate action. Lawyer Helen Catalbas, DOT’s regional director for Western Visayas, reiterated the need to continue to cooperate.
Yap, T. (2019, March 17). Report violations of Boracay establishments - DOT. Manila Bulletin, p. 14.
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