Enhance Community Quarantine will NOT STOP nCov outbreak. But at least it can give more time to find cure and find alternative solution to sustain the economy.

Empty Street in Lucena City since lockdown
Empty Street at Lucena City before sunset – nCov Outbreak

Private hospitals in the Philippines capital Manila have stopped accepting corona virus patients in the face of surging numbers of sufferers and people seeking tests, the hospitals said.
Source: https://ph.news.yahoo.com/wartime-philippine-doctors-overwh…

JP Morgan says it will close 20% branches temporarily… Source: https://www.cnbc.com/…/jpmorgan-says-it-will-close-20percen…

Did you know that Silicon Valley became California’s epicenter of the corona virus? Tech workers travel in and out of the country.
Source: https://www.latimes.com/…/coronavirus-why-santa-clara-becam…

Philippines has reported fewer infections compared to other countries. NOT because there are few infected. But because we lack testing (equipments). Meaning the undetected case could be a large scale.

Did you know that the Philippines has so far only tested 2,147 people? -According to the former Health Minister Esperanza Cabral.

Many people are scared. We have reasons to be scared due to nCov outbreak.

Well some psychologist advice, avoid reading negative news. Think happy thoughts. Think positive. Don’t watch movies & clips about nCov outbreak

Lahat ng tao ay apektado. Sa ngayon, may nakakain pa tayo. at maaring nakakatulog pa ng maayos. Ngayon, maaring masaya pa kasi may TikTok. Na eentertain pa kasi may facebook. Paano kung tumagal pa ng ilang buwan, at nag decide na itong si PLDT or ISP na mag temporary close kasi wala naman pumapasok na income?

Sino ang maaring kumita pa sa ngayon na nasa abroad? Sila yung mga namamasukan bilang kasambahay o nangagnamuhan (stay-in). Yung tipong ang Amo nila ay napaka yaman ay may sapat na pondo panustos. Pero papaano nila ipapadala ang pera dito sa pamilya nila kung sarado ang mga bangko. Sigurado kayang darating ng maayos ang perang ipinadala nila?

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