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The Philippines will dispatch 101 health workers to Japan on Sunday, the fourth batch of candidate nurses and caregivers who will train to work in the country under a bilateral agreement.

The Philippine Overseas Employment Agency said Friday that 28 nurses and 73 caregivers will head to Osaka Prefecture for an intensive six-month language training program before being sent to various health care facilities nationwide.

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