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Dubai police patrol car shows ‘MANATILI SA BAHAY’ amid coronavirus spread

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A tagalized message campaign ‘#StayHome’ by UAE is now getting viral as a certain Dubai police car parades it in UAE streets.

‘#Manatili Sa Bahay’ is seen in a photo shared by a Donaville Cepe on Facebook. She said it was tagalized so Filipinos can understand the message.

“This is how UAE government support and implement awareness and security for our fellow kabayans. And hindi ko lang alam kung bakit tinagalog pa. Siguro alam nila na ang ibang Pinoy ay…” the caption in the screenshot read.

UAE has been urging residents and citizens to stay home as part of government’s efforts to curb the spread of coronavirus.

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