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If you’re in the Philippines, you’ll need to show your vaccination certificate to use public transportation in the country’s capital Manila. The Southeast Asian country’s new “no vaccine, no ride” policy prohibits those who are unvaccinated against Covid-19 from riding public transportation in Manila starting next week. The controversial restriction was enacted after a fresh wave of Cvoid-19 cases skyrocketed in the Philippines, reaching a total of around 3 million infections on Tuesday, owing to the highly transmissible Omicron. The country recorded 32,000 new daily infections on Wednesday alone, the second-highest number since the coronavirus pandemic began in March 2020. […]

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8 minutes ago, Ynwaps said:

pathetic country, pathetic rules 

Great country to visit, and in this regard an understandable policy 

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11 hours ago, Thaiger said:

If you’re in the Philippines, you’ll need to show your vaccination certificate to use public transportation in the country’s capital Manila. The Southeast Asian country’s new “no vaccine, no ride” policy prohibits those who are unvaccinated against Covid-19 from riding public transportation in Manila starting next week. The controversial restriction was enacted after a fresh wave of Cvoid-19 cases skyrocketed in the Philippines, reaching a total of around 3 million infections on Tuesday, owing to the highly transmissible Omicron. The country recorded 32,000 new daily infections on Wednesday alone, the second-highest number since the coronavirus pandemic began in March 2020. […]

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The logistics seem tough. Need to read the article. 

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41 minutes ago, Ynwaps said:

pathetic country, pathetic rules 

I'm not a big fan of the food (although to be fair, I haven't had much), but the women are some of the most beautiful I've seen ever.

And Duterte's pro-active and "vigorous" approach to drug offenders is definitely thought provoking. 

I plan on visiting and this policy seems quite reasonable. 

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In the Bill of Rights, is protected the right to breathe. We are not limiting breathing, what we are limiting is the use of oxygen and fresh air. People are free to breathe their own oxygen tubes.

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Let's hope they introduce this in Bangkok soon....

 

And ban all alcohol consumption immediately.

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