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COMS360 Launches ‘Ways To Bounce Back’, Encouraging Filipinos To Move Past The Pandemic


COMS360 Launches ‘Ways To Bounce Back’, Encouraging Filipinos To Move Past The Pandemic


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The Philippines’ response to COVID-19 is one of the longest and strictest lockdowns in the world. Many Filipinos are eager to get back to normalcy, and everyone is now on a mission to finish what was left behind.

Entrepreneurs are bouncing back from their businesses; students are coming back to face-to-face classes; parents are busy meeting their daily needs.

Fortunately, in early June this year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention started to rescind its COVID-19 travel restriction in the country, and on September 12, wearing face masks became voluntary in open spaces.

With this, PR agency COMS360 launches the “Ways to Bounce Back: Helping Filipinos Bounce Back From The Pandemic,” an online campaign to help Filipinos fully get back on their feet.

The campaign is about giving the audience simple advice on how to recover from the pandemic. The intention is to encourage more people to share their thoughts and experiences on how to quickly pass through and recover from the pandemic.

With over 1 million followers on Facebook, COMS360 utilizes its platform to engage individuals by developing simple ways to recover from COVID-19.

With the marginalized sector left on the battlefield, from mothers to small business owners, the campaign shed light on how to get people to share their insights and help others in the simplest ways possible.

The campaign runs until September 30, 2022. To join the campaign, visit

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