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The Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) converted two of its quarantine facilities into isolation facilities for the treatment of COVID-19 patients to help decongest hospitals amid the surge of cases.

Port facilities and vessels in areas under enhanced community quarantine are allowed to serve at 50% capacity to make sure commuters observe minimum health protocols, Philippine Ports Authority General Manager Jay Santiago said Sunday.

The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has remitted to the national government P3.541 billion in dividends in bid to boost the national coffer’s capacity to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) expects annual cargo volumes to remain below prepandemic levels through 2023, mainly due to the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. | @miguelrcamusINQ 

The Philippine Ports Authority is going green. PPA now requires those who want to do business with the agency to plant trees or mangroves before it entertains their papers. | @dygalvezINQ 

Philippine Ports Authority is waiving the collection of certain port fees to ease the financial burden among local shipping firms.

@piaranada  ICTSI likely to give some of their AstraZeneca vaccine supply to essential frontliners in port agencies like Bureau of Customs and Philippine Ports Authority. | via @piaranada 

Even Philippine Ports Authority finds it hard to contact two ports in Catanduanes -Virac & San Andres. “For the past 2 days hindi namin ma-contact yung opisina doon. So we dont really know happened.” PPA GM Jay Santiago says. | via @jacquemanabat 

Philippine Ports Authority says they have yet to assess the extent of damage at Port of Tabaco because roads to the area from Legazpi are not yet cleared for vehicles. | via @jacquemanabat 

LOOK: The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) is set to launch the Traze Contact Tracing app next week. PPA Gen Manager Jay Santiago said the DOTr is looking at implementing a digital contact tracing system across land, air & sea transport sectors | @bobreyes 

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The Philippine Ports Authority is running out of funds to help feed stranded passengers, its general manager Jay Santiago said. #COVID19Quarantine 

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More than 180 locally stranded individuals (LSIs) due to the coronavirus pandemic line up for food given by good samaritans at the multi-purpose hall of the Philippine Ports Authority in Tondo, Manila on Wednesday night, July 1, 2020. 📸 Richard A. Reyes/PDI

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LOOK: More than 180 locally stranded individuals were brought to the Philippine Ports Authority multi-purpose hall in Tondo, Manila on Wednesday, July  1, after their ferry trips bound for Visayas were canceled due to a surge in COVID-19 cases. 📷: Inoue Jaena/Rappler

There have been no confirmed cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) so far among seafarers housed in the quarantine vessels from the 2GO Group Inc., the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) reported Monday.

The Philippine Ports Authority said it would not allow the crew of any vessel from China and its Special Administrative Regions to disembark at any port in the Philippines in a bid to prevent the spread of 2019 nCoV ARD. | @CMarquezINQ 

Starting today, 15 July 2019, students, PWDs, senior citizens and active personnel from the PNP, AFP and the Philippine Coast Guard will be covered by the “free terminal fee” initiative by the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) (via @DOTr_PH ) | vi @jacquemanabat