40 Davao City folk go on quarantine in Clark
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO – As many as 40 passengers from Davao City landed at 2 p.m. on Monday (May 4) at the Clark International Airport (CRK) and would be quarantined at the Asean Convention Center for 14 days, according to an official of the CRK operator.
Teri Flores, corporate communications chief of the CRK operator, Lipad, said 150 other Davao City residents, who had been stranded in Central Luzon, had left for Davao City past 8 a.m.
Sweeper flights had been sponsored by the Davao City government for stranded migrant workers and leisure travellers, Flores said.
Domestic and international flights have been halted at the CRK since March as part of measures to stop the spread of SARS Cov2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
Edited by TSB
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