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
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

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
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
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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