A total of 367 Filipinos have already been repatriated.
“Simula pa lamang sa accommodation sa Bangkok, paghatid sa airport, pag-rapid test sa NAIA, pagkuha ng hotel ng OWWA, paghatid ng coast guard at ng DOTR, pagkain 3 meals...
Lacatan went back to the Philippines on February 8. Her work permit and Non B visa is valid until November 2020.
OWWA administrator Hans Leo Cacdac said these include applications of both land-based and sea-based OFWs.
To date, the DFA has facilitated the repatriation of 24,422, of which 16,936 are seafarers and 7,486 are land-based workers.
Each food pack costs 300 THB with five kgs of rice, 10 noodles, 10 eggs, 3 sardines, 1 cooking oil and mung bean.
From P2,400 annually, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) must pay Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) premium contribution of up to P21,600 this 2020.
Here’s a tribute song sung by Filipino musicians in Samui and Pattaya, Thailand for coronavirus frontliners around the world.
Along the road, stories of laughter, tension, exhaustion, hunger, and success were rapidly printing like the banknotes in the Royal Mint of Spain.
Total cash donation as of April 24 is 198,589 THB. Below is the report for the first and second waves of distribution.
180 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) are scheduled to be repatriated noontime from Don Muang International Airport.
Kudos to all the people behind the page for spreading love, compassion and generosity in times of difficulty.
There are only 122 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Cambodia. Out of the confirmed cases, 110 have already recovered and cured.
The Thailand-Philippines Business Council donated 200 packs (1,000 kgs) of rice and 500 pieces of fabric masks. Khàawp khun mâak!
The highly-contagious disease has also killed 25 more overseas Filipinos, the highest reported number of deaths in two weeks, raising the total to 140 deaths
“Sana balance, hindi one-sided. We are in the same situation. Kung wala lang COVID-19, wala sanang problema. Habaan pa yung pasensya. We will be there,” he added.