News LOOK: PH gov't arranges tents at NAIA T3 for...

LOOK: PH gov’t arranges tents at NAIA T3 for locally stranded individuals


As promised by President Rodrigo Duterte, the government has now placed multiple tents at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Termina 3 for locally stranded individuals (LSI). 

As posted by News5 on its official Facebook page, the Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) placed the tent inside the airport while stranded Filipinos wait for their flights going to their respective provinces. 

Each tent has a mattress, pillow, and and a blanket for the LSI’s comfortability while waiting for their flights to resume. 

“This is great, pag ang presidente may puso at pagmamahal sa mamamayan, maganda talaga ang kalalabasan,” one comment read. 

Some say it is better late than never. 

Photo by News5

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