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Typhoon evacuation centers in Philippines raise concerns for possible COVID 19 cases

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Rizal, Nov 23 (EFE/EPA).- After more than a week since typhoon Vamco battered the Philippines, many families remained Monday in evacuation centers where problems with social distancing among evacuees have raised concerns about possible cases of COVID 19. (Camera: ROLEX DELA PENA).SHOT LIST: TYPHOON-AFFECTED RESIDENTS REMAIN IN THE EVACUATION CENTER IN SAN MATEO, RIZAL PROVINCE, PHILIPPINES.

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