Health FI founder launches first vlog; tackles how OFWs should...

FI founder launches first vlog; tackles how OFWs should deal with Covid-19

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The founder and president of the Filipino Institute Mr. Gabriel John Rimando has launched his own vlog on social media platforms to utilize it by tackling current affairs and topics related to the Filipino community abroad and in the Philippines.

In his first educational vlog, he tackles things to do while on self or home-quarantine, which medical experts recommend for 14 days to provide enough time for them to know whether or not they will become ill and be contagious to other people.

Watch the vlog below:

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