Negros execs scrambling for quarantine spaces for returning OFWs

BACOLOD CITY---Local officials here are scrambling to find places to isolate hundreds of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) who arrived on Monday (May 25). At least 327 OFWs returned to Negros Occidental and Bacolod City aboard a ship owned by the company 2Go on a journey labeled as Malasakit Voyage. The vessel docked at the port of the Bacolod Real Estate and Development Corp. More OFWs were expected to arrive on board two Philippine Airlines chartered flights also on Monday, according to Negros Occidental Gov. Eugenio Jose Lacson. Protocol set by the provincial government and the city government of Bacolod required returning OFWs to go on 14-day quarantine until they test negati...Keep on reading: Negros execs scrambling for quarantine spaces for returning OFWs

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