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    Antique records first COVID-19 fatality

    The province of Antique has recorded its first coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) death in the town of Hamtic. Wv-news

    Antique now has 2 COVID-19 cases

    There are now two confirmed cases of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the province of Antique. Wv-news

    Antique town festival to push through due to public clamor

    The municipality of Libertad in Antique province will proceed with its Banigan Festival despite calls made by the Department of Health to avoid organizing events that draw a huge number of attendees to guard against the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Wv-news

    Economic dev’t body calls for stronger ASF measures

    The Antique Small and Medium Economic Development (SMED) Council is urging for intensified bio-security measures against the African swine fever (ASF). Wv-news

    Antique police intensifies traffic laws implementation

    Strict implementation of traffic laws is being adopted in the province of Antique as part of upholding public road safety measures. Wv-news

    Antique remains free of COVID-19

    The Integrated Provincial Health Office (IPHO) said the province of Antique remains free from the coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) following the negative result of specimens taken from two patients under investigation Wv-news

    LTO to deputize more policemen in Antique

    The Land Transportation Office (LTO-6) will deputize more policemen in Antique for better implementation of traffic laws. Wv-news

    Antique tourism sector told to be vigilant amid nCov scare

    Tourism officers of the 18 municipalities and other tourism stakeholders in the province of Antique were told to be vigilant amid the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV). Wv-news

    Cadiao bares projects, tourism programs for 2020

    Governor Rhodora J. Cadiao unveiled big projects and tourism programs for Antique this 2020. Wv-news

    PDRRMC wants Antique placed under state of calamity

    The Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (PDRRMC) has recommended that the province be placed under a state of calamity because of the devastation caused by Typhoon Ursula. Wv-news

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