Newsmen not allowed at Palace press briefing room

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Published March 27, 2020, 3:05 PM

By Genalyn Kabiling

Journalists are no longer allowed to go inside the Malacañang press briefing room until the end of the lockdown in Luzon based on a new Palace advisory.

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Only resource speakers and government media workers will be allowed access to the press briefing room as the Palace shifted to holding virtual press conferences as a precaution against the spread of the new coronavirus disease.

The latest “public address protocol” during the quarantine period was issued by Presidential Communications Operations Office Undersecretary for Broadcasting and Mass Media Raquel Tobias.

“To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, we encourage everyone to abide by the following protocol during a public address: Effective 27 March 2020, only the

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