Philippines to Deport 500 Chinese People to Prevent the Spread of Coronavirus

Summit News: The Philippines is to deport 500 Chinese citizens who arrived in the country from Wuhan in an attempt to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

The tourists were heading to Boracay for a holiday but will now be sent straight back.

“Philippine authorities are sending back nearly 500 Chinese tourists who came from Wuhan,” reports CNA.

Four flights were arranged to take the tourists back to Wuhan despite none of them showing symptoms of the virus.

The number of victims killed by the coronavirus has risen to 81, with around 3,000 people total infected. read more

8 Comments on Philippines to Deport 500 Chinese People to Prevent the Spread of Coronavirus

  1. My daughter is a conservatory student. Campuses are going to be swarming with Chinese soon as auditions are taking place. Apparently Wuhun is home of a top conservatory in China so thousands of music students from there will be visiting campuses around the world. Wonderful.

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  2. The saying of learning from the mistakes of others seems to have been forgotten. I wonder what they meant??

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  3. Maybe the world will learn why it’s not a good idea to have billions of people per year flying all over the world for no good reason.

    A LARGE tax on jet fuel would mostly impact the same (D)irtbags who whine about global warming while displaying their ‘multiculturalism’ by flying around and enjoying all the diverse servant classes of the world.

  4. WAIT one dadblamed minute! “..500 Chinese citizens who arrived in the country from Wuhan in an attempt to prevent the spread of coronavirus.” How exactly does one (much less 500) attempt to STOP the spread of an infectious disease originating at one particular place, by traveling somewhere else?????
    or am I confused by words and stuff?

    “The first stage in the corruption of morals is the banishment of truth …”
    Michel de Montaigne

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