LOOK: Manila’s street dwellers given aid amid COVID-19 threat

20/03/2020 5:03:00 AM

MANILA, Philippines — Manila’s street dwellers were given a temporary roof over their heads and food in their bellies by the city government as they continue to be exposed to the dangers of the

Manila’s street dwellers were given a temporary roof over their heads and food in their bellies by the city government as they continue to be exposed to the dangers of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). | CMRamosINQ

MANILA, Philippines — Manila’s street dwellers were given a temporary roof over their heads and food in their bellies by the city government as they continue to be exposed to the dangers of the

In a Facebook post from the Manila’s Department of Tourism and Culture on Thursday, social workers can be seen talking to street dwellers and taking their body temperatures as well.ADVERTISEMENT“Manila Department of Social Welfare (MDSW) reaches out to the homeless and street dwellers amid the pandemic,” the post read.

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In a Facebook post from the Manila’s Department of Tourism and Culture on Thursday, social workers can be seen talking to street dwellers and taking their body temperatures as well. ADVERTISEMENT “Manila Department of Social Welfare (MDSW) reaches out to the homeless and street dwellers amid the pandemic,” the post read. The latest addition, he said, has brought the number of COVID-19 infected persons in his city to nine as of 5 p. FEATURED STORIES . The person should bring an enhanced quarantine pass, containing his identification and place of residence.