Office of the Solicitor General now on lockdown

/ 02:48 PM June 30, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — The Office of the Solicitor General has been immediately put on lockdown after one of its employees tested positive of COVID-19 in a rapid test.

In a statement, the OSG said the employee will still undergo confirmatory test.


“As a precautionary measure, and while awaiting the results of the confirmatory tests, no one, except personnel from the FMS [Financial Management Service] and the sanitation and disinfection team, will be allowed in the premises,” the OSG said in a statement.

It added that no documents will be received or sent out until further notice.



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