150 fishers back in Negros Oriental after extended 21-day quarantine
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The 150 fishermen from Negros Oriental who were stranded aboard a vessel, helmed by a captain who tested positive and eventually died of COVID-19, have been sent home after completing their 21-day quarantine at a school here on Friday. The fishermen had been isolated since May 21 after being stranded onboard the fishing vessel Phillip D.R. which came from a fishing expedition in Luzon. The captain of the vessel had died of the severe respiratory disease in Manila.
Cabristante, R. (2020, June 14). 150 fishers back in Negros Oriental after extended 21-day quarantine. Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. A11.
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