MANILA – All 135 tourists from Wuhan province in China who arrived in Kalibo, Aklan on Thursday will be returned to their point of origin, an aviation official said Friday, as more countries record cases of the mysterious new coronavirus.
Philippine carriers Royal Air Charter and Pan Pacific Airline will launch 4 flights to take the tourists back to Wuhan, according to Wyrlou Samodio, chief of Civil Aeronautics Board’s legal division.
Samodio did not give details about the schedule of the flights.
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