News OFWs in Manila complain on delay Covid-19 results

OFWs in Manila complain on delay Covid-19 results

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An open letter is being circulated on social media, questioning the inter-agencies in the Philippines about the delayed Covid-19 results for OFWs.

“We would like to ask why no one seems to care regarding our request to get our results. We keep on emailing and calling you but you don’t seem to bother answering us,” the letter that is published on the Facebook community page Stranded OFWs in Dubai read.

The writer also adds that it is just upsetting when no one is answering their inquiries.

According to the rules set for returning OFWs, Covid-19 results will be out in three to five days, however, two weeks have already passed but there was no result yet.

“It’s really unfair for us that those who arrive on May 30 has their results released in 3 days. And we, who arrived on May 24, has no results? What’s wrong with you? Shouldn’t it be ‘first in, first our’ basis?’ Do you have any systematic solutions on this,” the letter added.

Read the full letter:

Ryan Namia
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