Our Stand on nCov temporary travel ban

1. Philcham SH Board stands by the guidelines and directives of the WHO, DOH and the PH government in safeguarding the health and wellbeing of our OFWS.


2. We only hope that while we implement these guidelines, we safeguard and provide support to our OFWs whose livelihood might be at stake during these uncertain times.


3. Timely news and guidelines on when they might be allowed to leave the country will be helpful for them to plan and advise their return dates with their respective employers.


Our letter to the President:


February 6, 2020

His Excellency Rodrigo Roa Duterte

President of the Republic of the Philippines

Malacañan Palace, Manila, Philippines


Dear Mr. President,


Greetings!


In view of the Novel Coronavirus (nCoV) pandemic, the Philippine Chamber of Business and Professionals, Shanghai (PhilCham SH) concur and support the guidelines and directives issued by the World Health Organization (WHO), Department of Health (DOH), and government of the Republic of the Philippines.


Given the severity of the situation, we believe in safeguarding the health and wellbeing of our OFW over their employment priorities. While the restrictions might not be ideal in the short term, exercising due prudence ensures we do our part in joining the international community in curbing the further spread of the virus.


We only hope that while we implement these guidelines, we safeguard and provide support to our OFWs whose livelihood might be at stake during these uncertain times. Timely news and guidelines on when they might be allowed to leave the country will be helpful for them to plan and advise their return dates with their respective employers.

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