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Krissel Fabul, a Filipino crew member of a cruise ship, asks for help as she and several others have been docked in Manila Bay for more than a month. Fabul said she was tested for coronavirus on May 8, but has yet to receive the results. | via @trishiabillones 

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Foreign cruise ships were allowed to anchor in Manila Bay if some of the staff were Filipino. As it happens, Filipinos make up about a third of all cruise-ship crews

Four weeks after the government first let foreign liners into Manila Bay, some 5,300 Filipino seafarers were still confined to their ships

The dessert café's Manila Bay'>Ayala Malls Manila Bay branch is taking orders of their fluffy cremé brulée, matcha, milk tea, and tiramisu pancakes!

A Filipino husband and wife who are both crew members of a cruise ship floating along the waters of Manila Bay lamented being "so near yet so far" from each other while they are under quarantine.

Nearly a year ago, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources said the Balili River in Baguio City was dirtier than Manila Bay.

The dessert café's Manila Bay'>Ayala Malls Manila Bay branch is taking orders of their fluffy cremé brulée, matcha, milk tea, and tiramisu pancakes!

Ecstatic Filipino crew of one of the cruiseships in Manila Bay on their way home! They are just part of the estimated 27k OFWs awaiting test results in Metro Manila. | via @chinogaston 

Here are the latest coronavirus developments in Asia: - Mumbai's hospitals close to collapse - Manila's malls reopen but discourage lingering shoppers - 30 Indian migrant workers killed in lockdown crashes - Domestic tourists back in Vietnam's Ha Long Bay

Strong winds brought by Severe Tropical Storm Ambo has caused giant waves to pound the areas near the Manila Bay, as documented by the Manila Public Information Office. | @GabrielLaluINQ  #AmboPH 

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The supermoon as seen from Manila Bay City in Pasay on moonrise April 7, 2020. 📷Fernando G. Sepe Jr., ABS-CBN News

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Mount Samat and the 1,821 feet Memorial Cross of the Mt. Samat Shrine in Bataan as seen from the GMA Network Bldg. in Quezon City across the expanse of Manila Bay. | via @raffytima 

LOOK: Manila Bay shows usual blackish waters on Friday. On Wednesday, videos showing the bay’s turquoise waters went viral on social media. DENR says the change in color could actually be a sign of more pollution in the water body. (📷 @melchor_zarate ) | via @biancadava 

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IN HONOR OF VALOR With the decrease in air pollution due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine, the Memorial Cross in Mount Samat National Shrine in Pilar, Bataan is visible along the coast of Manila Bay as the sun set in the horizon on April 6, 2020. | 📸 Grig C. Montegrande/PDI

Water in some parts of Manila Bay turns blue-green. PCG suspects pollutants behind the strange color. | via @chinogaston 

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Pieces of trash return to the coastline of newly-cleaned Manila Bay as people continue to flock to the shores despite barricades. | via

LOOK: Twitter user shares photos of Manila Bay after last night's flooding and heavy rain. He said that after the rehabilitation of Boracay, the government should now deal with the garbage problem in Manila Bay. #HabagatPH 

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