Frontliners evicted by landlords may seek shelter, food from gov’t – Duterte

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MANILA, Philippines — COVID-19 Medical frontliners evicted by their landlords from their apartments and dormitories can seek billeting from the government, President Rodrigo Duterte said Monday.

The President said frontliners could directly contact Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr., the chief implementer of the National Task Force on COVID-19, so that they could be provided with a place to stay near their workplace.

“All you health workers evicted from your dwelling — [whether] you’re renting a room or a house or what-not — because you’re a frontliner of COVID, you are being evicted because of the unfounded fear you might spread the landlords. If th…

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