PHILIPPINES: An easing of the quarantine, with complications

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● Many industries and businesses will be allowed to restart in the capital Metro Manila starting 16 May. ● Government PCR testing still has a backlog, which means there will be a risk window within the next two to three weeks when new outbreaks may not be immediately caught, especially as overseas workers may start to return in greater numbers. ● The government’s policy towards the backroom offices of gaming operators servicing the Chinese mainland may also be generating risks for the more regular BPO firms. Starting 16 May, quarantine restrictions throughout the country w
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