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Philippines workers resort to bicycles amid lockdown

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Philippines workers resort to bicycles amid lockdown

Philippines workers resort to bicycles amid lockdown

In the capital, Manila, thousands of essential workers resort to bicycles after public transport was shut down amid the coronavirus lockdown.

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