The Office of the Philippine Defence and Armed Forces Attache (OPHILDAFA) in the UAE, the first in the Gulf and the second in the whole of Middle East, was inaugurated on Sunday at the Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi.
"The Embassy lawyer is now closely assisting the family of Daynolo in taking all the necessary legal action to make sure justice is served," reads a letter signed by Philippines Ambassador to the UAE Hjayceelyn M. Quintana.
Philippine Ambassador Hjayceelyn M. Quintana on Saturday reminded her over 600,000 countrymen to rely only on updates about Novel Coronavirus 2019 (nCoV2019) from UAE health authorities and to refrain from using any form of social media for unchecked claims and news.
From March 8, Sunday, only applicants and those with official business at the two Philippine missions in the UAE will be allowed to enter their premises in Abu Dhabi and in Dubai.
The Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi (AUHPE) has uploaded on its website and over its Facebook page a five-point travel advisory to the over 600,000 Filipinos in the UAE, in relation to the March 15 to April 14 lockdown of the national capital region of Metro Manila (MM), a preventive measure imposed by the Duterte Administration against Coronavirus 2019.