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LOOK: Finally, SC Justices meet face-to-face at en banc session

/ 08:45 PM June 02, 2020

Supreme Court Justices during Tuesday’s (June 2) en banc session. Photo from Supreme Court’s Public Information Office

MANILA, Philippines – With its announcement that the courts will resume full operation after the easing of quarantine protocols, high court justices did away with online en banc sessions to finally meet face to face.

During Tuesday’s en banc or full-court session, the magistrates had a face to face session. The justices wore face masks and they are separated by acrylic dividers to observe physical distancing.

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The high court has implemented several measures to make sure that the skeleton force of its offices would be protected such as undergoing rapid testing and installing the “automated frontliner” or the multi-function disinfection chambers.

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