Netizen Shares Ideas on How to Silence Duterte Critics on COVID-19 Response

A concerned netizen and avid supporter of the President of the Republic, shared an interesting ideas on how to silence the critics of the Duterte administration who keeps on blaming the President for his administration's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 


According to concerned netizen Tio Moreno, the wokes of the Philippines which are clearly composed of the Dilawans and the critics of the President keeps on blaming the government on the alarming number of positive cases. 



Moreno explained that the first COVID19 case was imported and not locally transmitted based on data available and it was reported last January 30, 2020. Other countries firs cases date were January 23 for Vietnam, January 16 for Japan, 13 for Thailand and January 23 for Singapore. 

Upon learning the first COVID case in the country, the Duterte administration banned travels from China last February 2, 2020 following the positive confirmatin of a Chinese tourist who had a travel history and was able to visit Wuhan, China. 

When compared to other countries, the Philippines issued the travel ban ahead of time. On March a couple with no travel history was found positive, that means local transmission is already present in the country. Pres. Duterte declared on March 9, 2020 a state of emergency, or public health emergency. 

Despite the government's mandates and efforts, it's evident that there are still others who find a way to converge, gather in a massive number, and become the vectors for the disease. Pinoy talaga, may COVID na, nagsasabong (cockfight) pa.



Tio Moreno explained that the government should not blame for the rising case of COVID-19 in the Philippines the President did his best.

Looking at how other countries respond to COVID19 pandemic, Duterte’s decisive and timely approaches are just appropriate and calculated based on Philippines financial capabilities and health care system capacities taking into account social and economic repercussions. 

Read the Complete Statement of Tio Moreno:

GOVERNMENT’S INCOMPETENCE: REASON FOR MECQ —-says a woke who’s a destitute of knowledge but acting like an armchair medical expert.
I was browsing twitter earlier and found out that MECQ is a top trend. When I checked on the leading tweets, they seem to be blaming the government of the alarming number of positive cases.
Our first COVID19 case was IMPORTED not LOCALLY TRANSMITTED. This was reported on January 30.
Other countries first cases date: 
Vietnam: Jan. 23
Japan: Jan. 16
Thailand: Jan. 13
Singapore: Jan. 23



We automatically banned travels from China last February 2,2020 following the positive confirmations of a Chinese tourist who had a travel history & was able to visit Wuhan, China.
Other Countries travel ban dates: 
Vietnam: Feb. 1
Japan: Feb. 1
Thailand: Mar. 11
Singapore: Jan. 29

It was only on March 5 that a couple with no travel history was found positive, that means LOCAL TRANSMISSION is already present. This transmission happens when there is interaction. Hence, on March 9, Duterte declared this as a PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY. 
Despite the government’s mandates, it’s evident that there are still others who find a way to converge, gather in a massive number, and become the vectors for the disease. Pinoy talaga, may COVID na, nagsasabong (cockfight) pa. 

Since many cases were uncovered thereafter, WHO announced COVID19 as pandemic on March 11. NCR was lockdown on March 15. We had our National lockdown on March 17. We are actually the first country in Southeast Asia to respond on this pandemic by restricting mobility thru lockdown.
Other countries lockdown dates:
Vietnam: April 1
Japan: April 7
Thailand: April 3
Singapore: April 3



We didn’t have a lockdown on January because if the gov’t did not weigh things out & didn’t listen to the directives from WHO, DOH, and local medical experts, PHILIPPINES would be bankrupt by now. Remember that the gov’t should mitigate carefully on Epidemic Risk Management to minimize health and economic consequences. 


Therefore, Iooking at how other countries respond to COVID19 pandemic, Duterte’s decisive and timely approaches are just appropriate and calculated based on Philippines financial capabilities and health care system capacities taking into account social and economic repercussions. 
The increasing number of COVID19 cases in this country is not a valid basis for saying that the government is incompetent and that they haven’t done something to end it. There simply isn't any logical causal relationship between evidence and verdict. 

People who have the virus were not infected by the President or government officials. Nor were they ordered to get themselves infected.

A more reasonable hypothesis would be to say that the number of people now infected by this virus is proof that most people in this country are idiots. So stupid in fact that as soon as the quarantine is relaxed, we drive the statistics skyhigh.

Tapos e blame niyo naman gobyerno bakit bumalik sa MECQ? Ask yourselves, 
WHAT HAVE YOU DONE SO FAR TO HELP OUT THE GOVERNMENT ON ITS FIGHT AGAINST COVID19?

For more information on the nation’s fight against COVID-19, encouraging everyone to read and understand the policies. Resources are:

- www.COVID19.gov.ph
- http://covid19.HealthyPilipinas.ph
- www.OfficialGazette.gov.ph
- www.PNA.gov.ph
- www.PTV.ph
- www.RadyoPilipinas.ph
- www.BalikProbinsya.ph
- www.PCOO.gov.ph

Source: Tio Moreno FB Page

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