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Duterte Cabinet meeting set Monday, public address on pandemic moved to midweek

/ 02:35 PM January 11, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — President Rodrigo Duterte’s weekly public address on the COVID-19 pandemic has been rescheduled as he will be presiding a full Cabinet meeting later Monday, his spokesman has said.

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According to presidential spokesperson Harry Roque, Duterte’s regular public address on the health crisis will be held on Wednesday.

“Mamayang gabi po (Tonight), there will be a Cabinet meeting and the talk to the people will be on Wednesday,” Roque said.

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Roque added that the agenda of the Cabinet meeting is confidential.

Duterte usually convenes a full Cabinet meeting every month but the meetings have not been frequent lately because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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