How to beat the poor traveler virus in the Philippines
Poor travelers have a tough time traveling to the Philippines because of a weak immune system, according to health officials.
The Philippines has one of the highest incidences of traveler virus infections worldwide.
The government estimates that about 7,000 people in the country have contracted the coronavirus.
The Philippines has seen an outbreak of coronaviruses in its capital, Manila, in recent months, and it has had a string of deaths from the virus.
The poor traveler is one of those people.
But, in a country where the number of travelers has grown, the government is worried about the pandemic’s impact on the population.
The Government of the Philippines has been working to improve the lives of the poor travelers and the health system has been overwhelmed by the need to contain the virus, said Secretary of Health and Welfare Victor Albayalde.
The pandemic has caused problems for the government’s efforts to provide basic necessities like health insurance, food and fuel.
The government has spent about $1.5 billion to buy more than 1.4 million doses of anti-coagulant drugs.
Health officials have also been battling the coronacovirus’s spread among impoverished families, who are mostly elderly and have less access to basic health services.