By J. Jala | 02:26 PM July 07, 2020
Twenty five locally stranded individuals from Manila arrived at Tagbilaran port on Tuesday, July 7, 2020.

At least 25 locally stranded individuals (LSIs) from Manila arrived in Bohol on Tuesday, July 7.

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) – Western Bohol said the 25 LSIs have been spending four months in Manila due to lockdowns in most parts of the country.

The stranded individuals boarded
BRP Tubbataha MRRV 4401 of Philippine Coast Guard.

They arrived at 5:45 a. m. at the Tagbilaran Port.

The passengers were assisted by LTJG Tristan Jener Erediano, station commander of PCG-Western Bohol. He was assisted by
Petty Officer First Class Paul Vincent Yu, substation commander.

The LSIs were brought to their respective towns to undergo 14-day mandatory quarantine.

By Bohol Island News

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