14 stranded UP students to arrive in Naga City
LEGAZPI CITY –– At least 14 students of the University of the Philippines (UP), who were stranded at the school campus in Quezon City since the implementation of the enhanced community quarantine last March, were expected to arrive in Naga City on Wednesday afternoon.
Major John Paul Belleza, chief of the Army’s 9th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office, said the students were fetched by an Army bus and left the UP Diliman campus around 9 a.m.
The City Government of Naga would receive them upon their expected arrival in Milaor town in Camarines Sur around 5 p.m.
From there, the students would be brought to the city quarantine facility to undergo a 14-day quarantine before they are allowed to return to their respective homes.
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