Amid coronavirus lockdown, Philippines sees being pregnant increase and little progress in household planning
In March, Melody Fernandez solely had one factor to look ahead to for the month: taking a break from her full-time job as a fast-food employee at a sequence restaurant. So she took an eight-hour bus drive from Manila, the place she works, to Camarines Sur, the province her sister lives in, for a fast vacation. After which the nation was put in lockdown.
The prolonged time in a brand new atmosphere gave her the chance…