The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) will reopen its headquarters along Roxas Boulevard in Pasay City on Thursday, July 30, after it completed an assessment of public health and safety measures.
The DFA made the announcement on Wednesday, July 29 – a day after the agency closed its main site on Tuesday, July 28, to carry out the review.
“The Department…wishes to inform the public that its main building…will reopen beginning Thursday, 30 July, after the Department’s review of public health and safety measures currently in place and the adoption of additional measures for the protection of its personnel,” it said.
For latest updates, the DFA said the public can stay up-to-date through the following:
– Sofia Tomacruz/Rappler.com