MANILA, Philippines — The 4 Filipino sailors who survived the collision between a Korean ship and a Taiwanese vessel within the waters of the Pacific Ocean between Papua New Guinea and Solomon Island could also be dwelling by subsequent week, the Abroad Employees’ Welfare Administration (OWWA) mentioned Friday.
OWWA administrator Hans Cacdac mentioned the OFWs are at present present process quarantine in a Taiwan lodge and have already been given help by the Philippine Abroad Labor Workplace (POLO), which included meals gadgets and different fundamental requirements.
“They’re all secure and sound. They’re in quarantine kasi dinala sila from PNG Solomon Island to Taiwan and they’re now in quarantine in a Taiwan lodge,” he mentioned in a public briefing.
Cacdac mentioned the OFWs are “in good arms” and simply have to complete their quarantine.
“They’re in good arms kasi underneath quarantine sila. They only have to handle themselves of their lodge room,” he mentioned.
“In due time, sa pagkakaintindi ko by subsequent week makakauwi na sila,” Cacdac added.
(In due time, I consider they are going to be dwelling by subsequent week.)
The 4 Filipino sailors have been amongst 31 survivors after their ship, a Korean Reefer Ship Momyo, sank after being hit by a Taiwanese vessel Viva Fafa within the Pacific Ocean between Papua New Guinea and Solomon Island on June 8.
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