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PH to start mass testing of PUMs, PUIs on April 14

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Vice Mayor April Aguilar with MMDA Chairman Danilo Lim, Health Secretary Francisco Duque, and the different local officials at the 26th Metro Manila Council Meeting held at MMDA Office in Makati. / Las Pinas PIO

Las Pinas vice mayor joins Metro Manila Council meeting

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Las Pinad Vice Mayor April Aguilar attended the 26th Metro Manila Council Meeting held at the Office of the Chairman of the Metropolitan Manila Development Office (MMDA) in Makati.

Present during the meeting were MMDA Chairman Danilo Lim, Health Secretary Francisco Duque III and other local officials from Metro Manila. Tackled during the meeting was the final report on the recently concluded road clearing operations in the different cities of Metro Manila.

Also discussed during the meeting were updates on Manila Bay Rehabilitation and the campaign against dengue and polio.

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