Meanwhile, Duterte disowned another viral voice recording circulating on social media revealing the plan to declare martial law.
“My official statements, orders, and announcements are all released through the city government of Davao’s public information office,” she said.
“Only trust and share information coming from the official social media platforms of the city government of Davao, Davao City Disaster Radio, and our mainstream media partners,” Mayor Duterte said.
Meanwhile, the City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) was able to deliver 40,865 grocery packs to 32 barangays for the first day of the second round of relief goods distribution.
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