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PH officials warn Filipinos in US to avoid areas of unrest

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Jun. 01, 20 | 1:40 pm

The Philippine Embassy in the United States urges Filipinos to be vigilant and wary of their surroundings as mass protests and unrest rage on the streets over police brutality and killing of George Floyd.

The embassy reported that no Filipinos had been hurt in any protests so far, but has advised all Filipinos to adhere to security and safety measures as imposed by local authorities. They have also been advised to be wary of their surroundings as crowd buildups may lead to looting, property destruction as well as other disturbances.

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Apart from staying safe from disturbances on the streets, the embassy also reminded Filipinos to maintain safety measures against the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

“Filipinos are strongly encouraged to abide by existing medical advisories on social distancing and the wearing of face masks in public areas on account of the current Covid-19 pandemic,” the embassy said.

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Mass protests and unrest worsened in the United States days after 46-year-old George Floyd was killed in an apparent police brutality filmed on a smartphone which has gone viral across the world, sparking protests in Italy, Britain, Germany, and other countries.

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PH officials warn Filipinos in US to avoid areas of unrest

PH officials warn Filipinos in US to avoid areas of unrest

The Philippine Embassy in the United States urges Filipinos to be vigilant and wary of their surroundings as mass protests and unrest rage on the streets over police brutality and killing of George Floyd. The embassy reported that no Filipinos had been hurt in any...

LOOK: Dubai Airport introduces PPE vending machines

LOOK: Dubai Airport introduces PPE vending machines

Dubai has recently introduced another method for travellers to stay safe when they board planes through Dubai Airports with the launch of vending machines where passengers can easily purchase personal protective equipment (PPE). A post from the Dubai Media Office...

25,002 OFWs sent home from Manila quarantine centers in one week

25,002 OFWs sent home from Manila quarantine centers in one week

The Philippines' Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) reports that 25,002 OFWs have been successfully sent back to their home provinces through the "Hatid Probinsya" program in collaboration with several government agencies and local government units (LGUs). This...

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