More than 300 Chinese passengers who did not board flights back to China at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport on Monday sought assistance and food. Passengers were taken to NAIA Terminal 1 from Terminal 3.
The Chinese Embassy and the Pacific of Cebu have reportedly addressed the escalation but no advisory has been given to passengers who are all waiting. They are disappointed that they do not know when they return to China.
President Rodrigo Duterte decides to implement a temporary travel ban on all travelers from mainland China and special regional administrations Hong Kong and Macau in amidst the threat of a novel coronavirus.
Underwent a 14-day quarantine on arrival in the Philippines. On Sunday, the Manila International Airport Authority, Civil Aeronautics Board, Bureau of Immigration and Aircraft began to prevent foreigners from coming to China and special regionals.
Administration from the invasion of the NAIA. Also prohibited from disembarking were foreigners who took connecting flights from China for 14 days before arriving in the Philippines.
Under the quarantine. Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific and Air Asia announced on Sunday that they have canceled their flights between the Philippines and China this month following a government order. 1 for Air Asia.