THe told the Philippine Department of Tourism (DOT) that at least 12 domestic tourists have returned home after being in the islands of Batani for about two weeks, as the community march on March 17 increased ( ECQ) was banned. The Corona Virus or the Coved 19 Crisis.
In a joint effort with the provincial government of Bettins, the DOT Regional Office 2 (DOT-) quickly rectified the difficult situation of visitors arriving from the country’s northern islands for Clark International Airport on March 18th. RO2) made their boards and accommodation arrangements free. Charge
Local tourists welcomed the “extended holidays” in which the island of Batanes is known as the “home of the winds” and is famous for its monumental views of the mountains. Stranded tourists depart March 31 for a trip to Yunnan Pier, San Fernando, La Union, on the BTR’s Megat Sail, organized by DOT-RO2 with the DOT-RO1 and the Philippine Navy.
Upon departure, the Provincial Health Office of Matters issued certification under-monitoring (PUM) to each of them in person.
In harmony with the LGUs, tourists were transported to their hometowns, including Baguio City, Pangasinan and Cavite provinces, and Metro Manila.
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