Philippine Consulate General in New York Reopens to the Public on 12 June 2020

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12 June 2020, NEW YORK - The Philippine Consulate General in New York (PCGNY) reopened to the public on 12 June 2020, which coincides with the 122nd Anniversary of the Declaration of Philippine Independence, a symbolic step toward achieving a "new normal" in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.

A total of 18 Consulate clients and 6 SSS clients were served today.

In order to enforce physical distancing and to prevent the risk of infection, PCGNY has implemented a “strictly by appointment” policy. Walk-ins will no longer be entertained. To book an appointment, please visit: www.newyorkpcg.org. While slots are currently limited, PCGNY will be opening up more slots, once the situation has improved.

PCGNY will be open for business every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday only, from 10:00AM to 3:00PM, until further notice. END

 

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SSS Representative, Ms. Celenia Dimaano, entertains a client (Photo by PCGNY).

 

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A client registers as an Overseas Voter after applying for her passport (Photo by PCGNY).