#BusinessWorldLive | Philippine Airlines spokesperson Cielo Villaluna says around 100 employees were infected by the COVID-19, while 200 were quarantined last week because they exhibited symptoms or were considered to be close contacts. From Jan. 9 to 21, Villaluna adds that 300 PAL flights were also cancelled due to increasing infections.
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