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about 1 month ago

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about 1 month ago

Authorities, security forces, and residents are counting the days to the six-month closure of Boracay. Happening this Thursday. They demonstrated their preparations, even for worst-case scenarios.

about 1 month ago

Owners of establishments and businesses in Boracay will take a big hit with the island's looming closure. While they prepare for the worst, the government says the closure's impact on the country's economy will be minimal.

about 1 month ago

NEDA Chief Ernesto Pernia says this is just a temporary shortfall in tourism income and tourism arrivals.

about 1 month ago

Despite the security drills, none could ease the distress of residents and workers as Boracay's shutdown nears.

about 1 month ago

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about 2 months ago

What exactly does the government plan to do during the six-month closure of Boracay?