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Qatar bans entry of travelers from Philippines over coronavirus concerns


The Philippine Embassy in Qatar has posted an advisory on official Facebook account, announcing the temporary ban on entry of travelers from the Philippines and 13 others countries over coronavirus concerns.

As Qatar recorded 15 coronavirus cases, the government imposed temporary entry restriction on Doha-bound passengers who travelled to the following countries in the last 14 days beginning March 9:

Korea (South)
Sri Lanka

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