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Heads Up: Manila Buildings Will Light Up Tonight to Honor Our Frontliners

You can view the lighting led by Mayor Isko Moreno on Facebook Live.
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At exactly 6:30 p.m. this evening, June 24, Manila City will light up in tribute to Filipino frontliners still battling the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Today marks the 449th Araw ng Maynila, and the lighting is part of a long string of events. Manila Mayor Isko Moreno Domagoso is already busy with two wreath-laying events, a groundbreaking, a meeting, and a mass.

During this evening’s tribute, the following iconic buildings will light up simultaneously to celebrate and honor the doctors, nurses, healthcare workers, guards, and all other frontliners: Manila Clock Tower, National Museum, Rizal Monument, Fort Santiago, Philippine Post Office, Jones Bridge, and Mehan Garden.

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You can view the lighting online as it will be streamed live on Facebook.

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