More than 300 stranded Filipino teachers may soon be able to return to work as English teachers in China as the Labor department is set to charter a flight for them, an official said Friday.


International Labor Affairs Bureau Director Alice Visperas says the teachers are bound for Guangzhou, and hopefully this month. she said


We are helping our returning workers who are going to China, Visperas said in an online press briefing.


Some of them went home last December for a vacation or have finished their contracts. They were not able to return because of the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic. But because of the easing of the lockdown, they will be able to return.


Visperas says the Labor department is coordinating with an airline company to have the chartered flight, adding the plane fare will be shouldered by the Filipinos.


Now that the lockdown has been eased, they can now return to work, Visperas said " Vito Barcelo ".


More than 260,000 Filipino workers abroad had been repatriated since the start of the pandemic, Visperas said.



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English teachers set to go back to China



More than 300 stranded Filipino teachers may soon be able to return to work as English teachers in China as the Labor department is set to charter a flight for them, an official said Friday.


International Labor Affairs Bureau Director Alice Visperas says the teachers are bound for Guangzhou, and hopefully this month. she said


We are helping our returning workers who are going to China, Visperas said in an online press briefing.


Some of them went home last December for a vacation or have finished their contracts. They were not able to return because of the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic. But because of the easing of the lockdown, they will be able to return.


Visperas says the Labor department is coordinating with an airline company to have the chartered flight, adding the plane fare will be shouldered by the Filipinos.


Now that the lockdown has been eased, they can now return to work, Visperas said " Vito Barcelo ".


More than 260,000 Filipino workers abroad had been repatriated since the start of the pandemic, Visperas said.



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