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GMA News airs special coverage of Pres. Duterte’s fifth SONA

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, GMA News brings to the public the special coverage of President Rodrigo Duterte's fifth State of the Nation Address (SONA) via SONA 2020: The GMA News Special Coverage.

GMA News will deliver the highlights of Pres. Duterte’s speech, as well as the biggest news in and out of Congress during the SONA 2020.
Today, GMA News provides viewers an overview of what to expect of the President’s SONA through Unang Hirit's Unang Balita in the morning.

In the afternoon, Pia Arcangel anchors SONA 2020: The GMA News Special Coverage. The special airs the speech of Pres. Duterte as he reports on his administration's accomplishments for the last 12 months. He is also expected to inform the public of his other pertinent legislative agenda and the government’s recovery plan for the COVID-19 pandemic.

In the evening, highlights of Pres. Duterte’s speech, as well as the biggest news in and out of Congress, will be aired on GMA-7’s flagship newscast 24 Oras and late-night newscast Saksi.

Leading news channel GMA News TV also gives viewers updates from morning to afternoon via Dobol B sa News TV's SONA 2020 Special Coverage.

Listeners can also stay updated via GMA Network's flagship AM radio station Super Radyo DZBB and in various Super Radyo stations nationwide, as they deliver the biggest news and latest information on the President's SONA.

Filipinos from all parts of the world can also follow the special coverage of GMA News Online at www.gmanews.tv, where backgrounders, up to the minute reports, and live stream will be made available.

Updates can also be found through @GMANews accounts on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Viber. 

Topics: GMA News , GMA News Special Coverage , Rodrigo Duterte , State of the Nation Address , SONA 2020 , Pia Arcangel
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