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PH to increase entry quota to 1,000 per day for OFWs flying back home

The Philippines' chief officials handling the country's Inter-Agency Task Force for Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) are now focusing their efforts to allow more Filipinos to fly back home by slowly increasing the entry quota for flights headed to the country....

Japan declares state of emergency

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Apr. 07, 20 | 3:47 pm

Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has declared a month-long state of emergency in various cities and prefectures as part of its measures against coronavirus disease (COVID-19), The National reported.

The state of emergency was declared in Tokyo, Osaka, Saitama, Kanagawa, Chiba, Hyogo, and Fukuoka.

The declaration comes as Japan faces a new wave of cases, with over 1,000 confirmed in the metropolitan region consisting of 14 million residents. All over the country, there are now 3,906 confirmed cases and 92 deaths.

In addition, medical workers claim that there is now a shortage of hospital beds, and that the blowing cases may push Tokyo’s medical system to collapse.

Following the declaration, residents under these areas are requested to stay at home, as well as cut contact with others by 70 to 80 percent for a month. However, violators will not be penalized.

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PH to increase entry quota to 1,000 per day for OFWs flying back home

PH to increase entry quota to 1,000 per day for OFWs flying back home

The Philippines' chief officials handling the country's Inter-Agency Task Force for Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) are now focusing their efforts to allow more Filipinos to fly back home by slowly increasing the entry quota for flights headed to the country....

WATCH: Philippine Airlines captures netizens with heartfelt video

WATCH: Philippine Airlines captures netizens with heartfelt video

Filipino netizens were moved by the new video released by Philippine Airlines (PAL) on May 21, where it featured members of its staff and some of its initiatives to help in the fight against coronavirus disease (COVID-19).   PAL shared the video on its Facebook page...

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