75 returning OFWs, local stranded individuals in Bacolod finish quarantine

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Published June 3, 2020, 3:47 PM

By Glazyl Y. Masculino

BACOLOD City – Seventy-five returning overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and local stranded individuals (LSIs) were sent home last week after they were able to complete their mandatory 14-day quarantine here.

(Photo courtesy of Councilor Cindy Tan-Rojas via Glayzl Masculino / MANILA BULLETIN)

All the 22 OFWs and 53 LSIs tested negative for the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

According to Councilor Cindy Tan-Rojas, chairperson of the Action Team on Non-overseas Filipino worker (OFW), the LSIs were those stranded in Cebu during the community quarantine.

“They are all 100 percent COVID-free,” she said.

She thanked the returnees for their cooperation, and also expressed her gratitude to those who facilitated their stay in a school for two weeks.

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