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President Duterte attended the twin summits of the Association of Southeast Nations (ASEAN), his last before stepping down next year, with a virtual address from Malacanang.



A Filipino-Israeli joint venture became the first pharmaceutical firm to be given the go-signal by the Philippine Economic

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Manila Bay Task Force commander sacked over beach overcrowding

Manila Bay Task Force commander sacked over beach overcrowding

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DOH reminds public to strictly adhere to health protocols when visiting Manila Bay dolomite beach

People flock to the Manila Bay Dolomite Beach in Manila after it was reopened to the public on Oct. 17, 2021. (Photo by Ali Vicoy)
The Department of Health (DOH) urged those visiting the Manila Bay dolomite beach to strictly adhere to the health protocols--reminding that the coronavirus disease (CO

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Manila Bay's dolomite beach still off limits to kids — Palace – Manila Bulletin

Malacañang appealed to the public to not bring their kids to Manila's man-made dolomite beach on Roxas Boulevard, saying children are still not allowed to leave their homes unless for essential purposes.


People flock to the Manila Bay Dolomite Beach in Manila after it was reopened to the public o

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DENR not considering closure of Dolomite Beach

DENR not considering closure of Dolomite Beach

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Covid-19 is still around, Palace reminds dolomite beach visitors

(File photo) MANILA - Malacanang on Monday appealed to the people visiting the newly opened Manila Baywalk Dolomite Beach to continue adhering to the minimum public health standards despite the decreasing coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) infections. This, after the Manila Baywalk Coordinating Office recorded "tens of thousands of people", including children accompanied by their parents who visited the dolomite beach over the weekend. "Nananawagan po kami sa ating mga kababayan, pandemya pa po. Bagama't bumababa po ang mga kaso natin eh nandiyan pa po si Covid-19, so huwag po tayong magpabaya. Kinakailangan po mask, hugas, iwas at kung kakayanin na bakuna nga po (We appealed to the public, we are still in a pandemic. Although the cases are decreasing, the Covid-19 is still around, so please do not be complacent. We still need to use face masks, wash regularly, prevent and get vaccinated if possible)," Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said during his regular Palace briefing. While the government appreciates the positive feedback of the people on the newly rehabilitated Manila Bay, Roque reminded the public to continue observing the health and safety protocols when visiting the area. "Talaga naman po ang Dolomite eh for the enjoyment of everyone, pero huwag naman hong maging dahilan 'yan para magkaroon tayo ng super spreader event (The Dolomite is really for the enjoyment of everyone, but don't let it be the reason for us to have a super spreader event)," he said. Roque also said children are still prohibited to go outside their residences due to the continuing threat of the Covid-19 pandemic. He also called on the authorities in Manila City to limit the number of visitors at the Dolomite beach "so that the physical distancing measures will not be neglected." Setting up the Manila Bay Dolomite Beach is a vital part of the Manila Bay rehabilitation project spearheaded by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources. Among other efforts also include continuous bay and estero clean-ups and the setting up of sewage treatment plants. The rehabilitation program that started in January 2019, was also called "Battle for Manila Bay" aimed at "restoring the water quality of Manila Bay in accordance with the Writ of Continuing Mandamus of the Supreme Court". The program is guided by the Operational Plan for the Manila Bay Coastal Strategy which covers the period 2017-2022 and by Administrative Order No. 16 issued by President Rodrigo Roa Duterte in 2019. Duterte's directive also includes the monitoring of establishments for pollution and compliance to required standards, as well as checking of water quality in key river mouths, outfalls, and bathing beaches along the Manila Bay region. (PNA) }

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Thousands of people flock to Manila Bay dolomite beach

About 6,000 people flocked to the Manila Bay Dolomite Beach on Sunday morning, Oct. 24.











According to the Manila Police District Police Station 5, around 6,000 individuals spent their Sunday morning at the controversial beach as of 7 a.m.



The police also said it was peaceful at the beac

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Local tourists relish 'freedom' at dolomite beach

DOLOMITE BEACH. A worker from the Manila Department of Public Services picks pieces of trash at the Manila Bay dolomite beach along Roxas Boulevard, Manila on Monday (Oct. 18, 2021). The beach saw an influx of visitors over the weekend after Metro Manila was placed under Alert Level 3. (PNA photo by Avito C. Dalan) MANILA - Aside from a clear view of the sunset, Filipinos now have another reason to flock to the Manila Bay along the Roxas Boulevard shoreline. The dolomite beach has reopened to the public after months of rigid quarantine protocols due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic that limited people, especially children and the elderly, from going out. On Monday morning, families and groups of friends were seen enjoying Manila's new attraction thatwelcomed the public on Saturday as Metro Manila was downgraded to Alert Level 3. Libraries, archives, museums, galleries, exhibits, parks, plazas, public gardens, and scenic viewpoints also reopened in Manila. The dolomite beachallowed visitors at 5:30 a.m. on Monday, two and a half hours earlier than the 8 a.m. soft opening during the weekend. In an interview by PTV-4, families relished the opportunity of "freedom" even for just a short while. "Napakasaya nila. Pagod na pagod sila paglakad namin mula sa Luneta pero nung makita 'yung beach, tuwang tuwa silang dumiretso sa dagat at nagtampisaw (They were so happy. They got tired walking from Lunetato here but as soon as they saw the beach, they got excited and went straight to the water to play)," Mericar said of her children. Groups of cyclists were also seen parking their bikes outside the beach's entrance. Benjamin said he used to just imagine going to the dolomite beach and usually takes a peek when he passes by the area. "Dati nadadaanan namin siya pero sarado pa so hindi pa allowed 'yung mga tao pumunta. Since may napabalita na may mga tao ng pumupunta, sinadya namin para makita din namin 'yung ganda ng dolomite beach (We used to pass by this area but it was still close then. When we heard that people were already coming here, we planned the trip so we, too, can also see the beauty of the dolomite beach)," he said. Couples were also spotted by the beach. "Sana pagdating ng araw maalagan ito ng mga susunod na pangulo at mabantayan. Tulad nito na-umpisahan na. Wala na sana kokontra (I hope the next president will take care of this area. It has been started so I hope nobody is no longer against it)," Buddy said. Visitors may stay as long as they want but only 300 individuals at a time will be allowed in until 6 p.m. daily. Food, drinks, pets, picking up dolomite sand, spitting, and littering are not allowed. Vaccination is not required but masks but must be worn at all times. "We are overwhelmed by the outpouring of support from the public which made the reopening of the Manila Bay Dolomite Beach truly successful," Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu said in a statement on Saturday. The 140-meter beach area comprises Phase 1 of the Manila Bay Beach Nourishment Project. Marshals are all over area to remind the public of safety protocols. (PNA) }

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Local tourists relish 'freedom' at dolomite beach

DOLOMITE BEACH. A worker from the Manila Department of Public Services picks pieces of trash at the Manila Bay dolomite beach along Roxas Boulevard, Manila on Monday (Oct. 18, 2021). The beach saw an influx of visitors over the weekend after Metro Manila was placed under Alert Level 3. (PNA photo by Avito C. Dalan) MANILA - Aside from a clear view of the sunset, Filipinos now have another reason to flock to the Manila Bay along the Roxas Boulevard shoreline. The dolomite beach has reopened to the public after months of rigid quarantine protocols due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic that limited people, especially children and the elderly, from going out. On Monday morning, families and groups of friends were seen enjoying Manila's new attraction thatwelcomed the public on Saturday as Metro Manila was downgraded to Alert Level 3. Libraries, archives, museums, galleries, exhibits, parks, plazas, public gardens, and scenic viewpoints also reopened in Manila. The dolomite beachallowed visitors at 5:30 a.m. on Monday, two and a half hours earlier than the 8 a.m. soft opening during the weekend. In an interview by PTV-4, families relished the opportunity of "freedom" even for just a short while. "Napakasaya nila. Pagod na pagod sila paglakad namin mula sa Luneta pero nung makita 'yung beach, tuwang tuwa silang dumiretso sa dagat at nagtampisaw (They were so happy. They got tired walking from Lunetato here but as soon as they saw the beach, they got excited and went straight to the water to play)," Mericar said of her children. Groups of cyclists were also seen parking their bikes outside the beach's entrance. Benjamin said he used to just imagine going to the dolomite beach and usually takes a peek when he passes by the area. "Dati nadadaanan namin siya pero sarado pa so hindi pa allowed 'yung mga tao pumunta. Since may napabalita na may mga tao ng pumupunta, sinadya namin para makita din namin 'yung ganda ng dolomite beach (We used to pass by this area but it was still close then. When we heard that people were already coming here, we planned the trip so we, too, can also see the beauty of the dolomite beach)," he said. Couples were also spotted by the beach. "Sana pagdating ng araw maalagan ito ng mga susunod na pangulo at mabantayan. Tulad nito na-umpisahan na. Wala na sana kokontra (I hope the next president will take care of this area. It has been started so I hope nobody is no longer against it)," Buddy said. Visitors may stay as long as they want but only 300 individuals at a time will be allowed in until 6 p.m. daily. Food, drinks, pets, picking up dolomite sand, spitting, and littering are not allowed. Vaccination is not required but masks but must be worn at all times. "We are overwhelmed by the outpouring of support from the public which made the reopening of the Manila Bay Dolomite Beach truly successful," Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu said in a statement on Saturday. The 140-meter beach area comprises Phase 1 of the Manila Bay Beach Nourishment Project. Marshals are all over area to remind the public of safety protocols. (PNA) }

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OCTA: PH's daily COVID-19 cases may drop to 5K by end-October – Manila Bulletin

People flock at the Manila Bay Dolomite Beach in Manila after it was reopened to the public on Oct. 17, 2021. (Photo by Ali Vicoy)
The Philippines may see between 5,000 to 6,000 cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) per day by the end of October, independent research group OCTA said Sunday, Oct.

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People take Saturday morning stroll at Manila Bay dolomite beach

People spent their Saturday morning at the Manila Bay Dolomite Beach after it was reopened to the public.








MANILA BAYWALK DOLOMITE BEACH OPENS:  People are seen having fun at the Manila Baywalk Dolomite Beach Saturday morning, the first day of the implementation of Alert Level 3 measures in M

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