At the Philippine Consulate General in Dubai.
PHOTO BY ARCHIVE
DUBAI – The Philippine Consulate General in Dubai closed on Sunday (January 17) following “possible exposure to Covid-19”.
In an announcement, the Philippine mission said that the consulate will remain closed until Monday to “undergo extensive sanitation procedures after possible exposure to Covid-19”.
The consulate also advised anyone who visited the premises on Sunday to “get tested for Covid-19 as soon as practicable”.
The consulate did not give further details about the possible Covid-19 case.
The consulate said Filipinos who require immediate assistance may still contact the mission through the following:
– PCG in Dubai on WhatsApp: 056-4177558
– Assistance to Nationals (ATN): 056-5015755 / 056-5015756
For queries on consular and ATN services
– Passport and travel document: [email protected]
– Passport releasing: [email protected]
– Notarisation and authentication of documents: [email protected]
– Marriage: [email protected]
– Birth and repatriation of remains: [email protected]
– Visa: [email protected]
– Assistance to Nationals: [email protected]
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