Stranded Overseas Filipino Workers have been sharing stories of how their lives have been affected by the Philippine government’s February 2 decision to ban all travel to and from mainland China, Macau and Hong Kong due to the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: EPA-EFE
Stranded Overseas Filipino Workers have been sharing stories of how their lives have been affected by the Philippine government’s February 2 decision to ban all travel to and from mainland China, Macau and Hong Kong due to the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: EPA-EFE

Coronavirus: travel ban keeps up to 30,000 Filipino workers away from Hong Kong jobs

  • Over 15,000 domestic workers and 10,000 holidaying Overseas Filipino Workers have been prevented from returning to Hong Kong
  • They are posting stories on the StrandedPH Facebook page about how their lives have been torn apart

Stranded Overseas Filipino Workers have been sharing stories of how their lives have been affected by the Philippine government’s February 2 decision to ban all travel to and from mainland China, Macau and Hong Kong due to the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: EPA-EFE
Stranded Overseas Filipino Workers have been sharing stories of how their lives have been affected by the Philippine government’s February 2 decision to ban all travel to and from mainland China, Macau and Hong Kong due to the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: EPA-EFE
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