220 Ilonggo nahawa ng COVID sa stall owner

Umabot sa 220 Ilonggo ang nagpostibo sa COVID-19 na nahawaan umano ng stall owner sa public market na empleyado rin ng gobyerno sa Passi City, Iloilo.

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Coast Guard, BFAR drive away Chinese vessels from PH shoal
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Sources confirm Pacman to come out of inactivity and slug it out with Garcia in about 10 weeks
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