- A video of the dolomite sand laid on the shores of Manila Bay, being slowly encroached upon by the sea has gained a lot of attention online
- The sea could be seen starting to form puddles on the dolomite sand, indicating a "meeting" of the sand and the sea
- Authorities have already been alerted with regards to what people have witnessed at the bay, and in fact, DENR Undersecretary Benny Antiporda was also there
- In the video, it could be seen that the sea is already moving towards a portion of the dolomite sand
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A video has caught the attention of many online users as it showed how the sea at Manila Bay is starting to "cover" a portion of the dolomite sand.
The workers are still doing their work at leveling the area, albeit there are small portions, which show some areas puddling with seawater.
According to the voice that can be heard in the video, authorities know the ins and outs that are happening in Manila Bay. DENR Undersecretary Benny Antiporda was also there to address questions of people regarding the sand.
"We will do our best na talagang gawing effective lahat yan and at the same time i-reinforce pa yan," said Antiporda in PNA's report.
The dolomite sand in Manila Bay has received a "controversial" status after the timing of the project was questioned.
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Alessandra de Rossi previously took a swipe at the reason behind the dumping of dolomite sand in Manila Bay for "mental health reasons."
The uniqueness of the project however made Manila Bay trend online as many tagged it as akin to Boracay.
Manila Bay is among the most popular places in the Philippines. It was already cleaned prior to the pandemic.
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