WATCH: Thousands now able to visit late loved ones after two years

 

MANILA, Philippines — For the first time in two years since the COVID-19 lockdown, visitors at the Manila North Cemetery were able to reunite with their departed loved ones on All Saints’ Day or Undas on Tuesday.

More than 91,000 people visited the cemetery as of 12:00 p.m., according to Manila Police District director Brig. Gen. Andre Perez Dizon.

INQUIRER.net spoke to Noel R. Espiritu, a cemetery visitor whom the team had found praying the rosary at his family’s tombs. Buried among Espiritu’s kin is his four-month-old baby.

“Iba talaga yung personal na pupuntahan mo ang loved ones. Loved ones ang matatawag ko, kasi lahat na eh. Iyon ang akin, iba talaga yung mai…

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