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Looks like Juliet has to stay in Manila 6+ months..test positive for TB..she has a roomie from this site also taking treatment..just wondering if anyone knows of apt. there to lease? Are they gonna lease to 2 TB patients? I hear of dormatories there..dont know a thing about them...thanks for any help

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Have your fiancee ask at St Lukes as there are many dormitories in the area. My friend's wife tested positive last year and stayed in a dorm while she did her treatments. Sorry about your delay but it will all work out. Good luck

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Looks like Juliet has to stay in Manila 6+ months..test positive for TB..she has a roomie from this site also taking treatment..just wondering if anyone knows of apt. there to lease? Are they gonna lease to 2 TB patients? I hear of dormatories there..dont know a thing about them...thanks for any help

Depending on your budget, you can easily find apartments and condos in the Ermita/Malate area via the Internet. I found a fully furnished condo near SLEC which is only a 10 minute walk away. Robinson's Supermarket and Mall are literally across the street. There are also hotels near SLEC with monthly rates such as Ralph Anthony Suites. RA Suites is a stone throw away from SLEC. Lots more just have to search the net.

I found my condo on Forrentmanila.com. You can also find apartments on this site

For DOT, they will group individuals in time slots according to the progress of their treatment. Even though this is the case, treatment can actually be administered throughout the day (although DOT closes before SLEC at 4:30 PM). I know of some people who commute to SLEC every day from as far as Batangas City, so staying in the vicinity of SLEC is not required. However, commuting to SLEC can be an ordeal and add extra cost to your budget and time consuming. Hope the information helps.


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