Thursday, November 8, 2018

Tweet Scoop: Dingdong Dantes Reacts to Mandatory Pregnancy Testing, Calls Out Agencies



Images courtesy of Twitter: iamdongdantes

69 comments:

  1. Pregnancy test? Bakit di nalang random drug test. Kaloka

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    1. Pa-opinion ganap na rin si Dingdong as of late, no? Parang maraming alam sa batas ah. Good for him. Haha!

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    2. So pag nagpositive sa pregnancy test ano premyo?! Libreng panganganak at 1yr supply ng baby needs?!

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    3. Agree. Random drug testing na lang kesa pregnancy testing. Unfair naman sa mga felamle students.
      Pero kung gagawin nila yan, it should also apply to male applicants with girlfriends who are pregnant to even things out

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    4. Ay 1:22 matagal na po syang nagvu-voice out ng political opinions nya. Dati na rin po syang nagkaron ng katungkulan. Wala pong masama don sa sinabi nya at pagkasabi nya.

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    5. yes dati na xa meron katungkulan sa gobyerno during Pnoy's term pro wala rin nman nagawa

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    6. 1:22 lahat ay may karapatan mgsabi ng opinyon lalo na kung nayuyurakan ang karapatan ng nkararami at nakakababa. Wag kang malisyosa buti nga ginagamit nya kasikatan nya pra mabuksan mata ng nkararami at pra sa ikabubuti ng marami. D tulad mo puro paninira lang yata kaya mong gawin. Patunayan mo rin na my pakinabang ka sa lipunang ito.

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    7. Anon122..last time I check..we still have freedom of speech..

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    8. 9:06 makasabi ka ng wala nman ngawa eh ano expect mong mangyari mawala ang traffic, mawala kahirapan? Yung mga malalaki ngang posisyon ano b nagawa bago mo sisihin ang isang dingdong dantes. Di ko alam kung basher k lang tlg o di ka na ngiisip.

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    9. 9:06 walang nagawa? research mo yes pinoy nya at activities ng youth commission, malalaman mo. kuda ka nang kuda eh ikaw itong walang nagagawa.

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  2. Agree. May sense lahat ng sinabi nya

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  3. Maling mali talaga. How about i-expel na lang kapag nabuntis?

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    1. 12:18 bakit kaialangang i-expel at dagdagang sirain ang kinabukasan? kung kelan kailangang-kailangan ng suporta, yan ang solusyon mo? yung nabuntis lang ba ang i-eexpel, eh yung nakabuntis, aber????????????????!!!!!!!!!!!

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    2. Bakit i expel?

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    3. may ganun na exclusive school for girls. actually marami sila.

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    4. Girl, women's rights violation ang expulsion pag nabuntis pag nag aaral. Nasa magna carta for women yan.

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    5. Yes baks ganyan na ang kalakaran most schools especially if sectarian. Mas malala na to ngayon.

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    6. I’ve been to an exclusive all girls Catholic college. Policy talaga nila yun. Nagstop ako ng one seminar kasi kulang sa budget. Pag balik ko may medical check up to
      be sure na di nangamak.

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  4. mkapatol si dingdong sa gnitong issues,palibhsa may balak tumakbo

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    1. At least you know that he’s aware and actually has the guts to speak about it. What are the coruupt old politicians have said and done about this and other issues aside from pocketing your taxes?

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    2. hindi nga daw tatakbo, kulit mo din eh. sino ba mas gusto mo yung mga pulpol sa gobyerno? paulit ulit na lang sila kahit corrupt? mag isip ka uy!

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    3. You’re an ignorant citizen who doesn’t contribute to anything. If you read and maybe comprehend the actual issue, you’d be more educated. People should all be aware about human rights so we don’t always sound so negative and ignorant especially during crisis or election time.

      On the other hand, I do agree with him. Asking for pregnancy test as part of the screening process discriminate the person from getting a proper education just because she got pregnant early. It shouldn’t be an issue. What we really need is proper sex education in the country. it Is not immoral or wrong to understand the very basic of sexual education. It also helps not just by decreasing teen or unwanted pregnancy but also protects anyone from health disease such as HIV and more.

      If they are imposing the pregnant test during screening then maybe drug test should also be imposed.

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    4. For your info..presditent siya ng Yes foundation which is for the youth..malamang may concern siya..beside mali b if gusto niyang tumakbo..

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    5. ikaw nga may opinion about dong, why can't dong have an opinion about key issues? he is very well read and is up to date with today's news.

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  5. Di pa tatakbo soon, pero naghahanda na din si koya, not that i didnt like yung pinaglalaban nya

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    1. Yan si Dong, planado lahat

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    2. tumakbo or hinde tama lng naman na mag voice out ng opinion, after all lht nmn tayo e apektado in one or another, dhl lht tayo me kilalang babae. isa itong human rights violation.
      dpt pati sa issue ng lipunan magkomento ka, di lang parating sa chismis/showbiz inaatupag

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    3. should he decide to run, count my vote in. he's better equipped and prepared than most clowns in the current government.

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  6. Lahat ba? Ang pag kaka alam ko kasi sa school of nursing my preg test. Boardmate ko kasi dati sa bonifacio pines sya nag aaral nursing

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    1. And I agree na dapat meron lalo na when they are required to practice in hospitals. I would also recommend it to bio, chem, and chem engineering students.

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    2. Still discriminating. Does the school have plans on what to do if the student is indeed pregnant?

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    3. Sa nursing bawal talaga ang buntis pag nasa 3rd to 4th yr na kasi hospital exposure na yan.kawawa ang magigung baby if mahawaan ng mga infection kaya pinapagpahinga muna until manganak. Student eh kaya di pwede mamili ng rotation

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    4. Nakuha mo 1.21. Hindin naman discriminating 1.11, Kailangan lang talaga pangalagaan ang mother at ang dinadala nya. She can go back anytime, pag kaya na nya.

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    5. Bakit di allowed? For safety ng baby? Bakit yung mga nurses ba na nagwowork sa hospitals nagstostop mag trabaho pag buntis? If safety problema why not let the student sign a waiver? Hay Pilipinas. πŸ˜•

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  7. 2 years ko to naranasan sa nursing school every sem nagpapa pregnancy test sila.. kapag positive hndi ka pwede mag enroll...

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  8. Kung may school ako, i won't kick out pregnant students. I will fully support them. Compassion po.

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  9. Pregnant students should not be discriminated. Ano bang intention ng school for doing that? I dont get it.

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    1. This is to protect pregnant students, kasi may rotation sila sa hospitals. Di muna sila pinag eenroll for a certain semester kasi delikado sa fetus maexpose sa bacteria sa hospitals. This policy is not to discriminate.

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  10. It’s a private school, they can do whatever they want. That’s the law. Minsan kasi puro dada at call out mga know it all na mga to, di naman alam batas. Don’t enroll there if you don’t want their rules and regulations.

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    1. Wrong. Private schools still have to abide by civil laws. This is invasion of privacy.

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    2. 5:02 So kung buntis ka itatago mo? Why? Dahil nahihiya ka? Di mo inisip na you’re putting your baby at risk dahil magduduty ka sa hospital na andun iba’t ibang klase ng sakit?

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  11. Graduate ako from Pines City Colleges. The school has reasons for doing mandatory PT for dentistry, pharmacy and Nursing students. Every school has its own rules and regulations to follow. As a nursing graduate, I found it reasonable for our school to have this mandatory PT to protect the mother and the fetus before exposing them to different kinds of illnesses they might get from their patients.
    Pag nasa 2nd year level kana dun na magstart ang lahat. Kailangan namin magduty ng 2 weeks sa mental hospital in Mandaluyong, 1 week sa San Lazaro hospital (patients with contagious diseases) and 1 week sa Orthopedics.
    Pag 3rd yr hanggang 4th year. Meron kaming 3 days duty every week different places and different shifts. Swerte ka kung within Baguio lang ang duty mo kase makakasave ka ng pera at time. Kaso every 2 weeks nagrorotate ang mga students, meron kaming out of town duty. Ilocos, La Union, Bauko and Bontoc Mountain Province. Meron din kaming community services every 2 weeks for 3 days sa ibat ibang parr ng Benguet na madalas kailangan umakyat kami sa bundok. Maglalakad kami ng 3-4 hours para puntahan yung mga bahay sa itaas ng bundok malalayo sa health centers. Isama pa ang paggawa ng term papers and thesis na kailangan mo talagang pagpuyatan.

    Once the school find out na positive ka sa PT, they won't expel you. Hindi kalang muna pwede magduty. Pero pwede mo ituloy yung ibang mga subjects mo.

    As per dentistry and pharma students I can't speak for them kase hindi ko alam kung paano ang system nila.


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    1. a ganun pala..thanks for your info

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    2. This school policy is short sighted. You mean to say that if you are pregnant bawal ka na magwork sa hospital if we will follow the line of thinking ng school admin. Eh di labag nman yan sa karapatang pantao ng hospital staff.

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    3. Please lecture-an nyo nga yan si Dingdong. Di muna pag aralan at alamin bago kumuda. Was a fan tgis days, nakikipag away pa ko sa classmates ko because of you but youre becoming annoying so I am not voting for you in the future

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    4. ThisπŸ‘† eh sa medical courses lang naman pinatutupad ang mandatory PT.. Eh kung ang reason naman nila eh to really protect the mother and child, why not? Kesa naman iexpose sila.sa.mas delikadong situation. I don't think this is a women's rights violation.

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    5. madami lang din talagang mema at makikitid mag-isip.

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  12. i totally agree with dingdong.

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  13. Mandatory Pregnancy for medical students!!! This is to protect pregnant students and their unborn from acquiring stree and infection during internship in the hospital...mkaent mga tao dito wla nmn alam...πŸ˜¬πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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    1. We have our rights to privacy as citizens. This mandatory test is against the law. Gets mo?

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    2. Palabanxlahat eh, di muna tingnan bigger picture. Isa pa tong si Dingdong. #Mamaru

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    3. Pag may opinyon, mamaru na kaagad 5:32?

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    4. yes 5:32am mas ok na magsabi ng opinion kung sana niresearch mo muna mabuti. tard na tard ka

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  14. Naman.

    I am in favor of this for scholarships. If it would siginifcantly hinder the recipient from fulfilling academic responsibilities.

    Pero kung own money naman niya, so be it

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  15. It’s clearly against any persons individual rights and freedoms. Why is this being allowed by the government?

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  16. Will run or not it's everybody's right to express their opinions and make others aware of existing situations. At least there are people who are concerned to the welfare of the students.

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  17. Bakit mas marami ang concerned sa opinion ni Dingdong and less sa issue of mandatory pregnancy test? Chismosa din ako pero pregnancy should not hinder a woman’s right for education.

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    1. And should not be exposed to harmful environments at school and hospitals for those girls taking up medical courses.

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    2. I'm assuming something unfortunate happened to one of their students before that's why they are being very strict about it.

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    3. Threatened kasi sila kay Dingdong. Hindi nila kaya ang talino at utak niya.

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    4. 10:11 bat ang dami kong nakikitang jontis na doctors at nurses na nagtatrabaho pa?ano yun?

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    5. Natawa ako sa chismosa din ako comment. Hahaha

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  18. Wait lang. If a nurse shouldn’t be exposed to hospitals. Bakit yung mga kilala kong nurses. They work until 8th month? This is in the US. I’m confused.

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    1. Ke buntis or hindi, nurses are at rick everyday in the workplace. Now if a very pregnant 8 month nurse still choose to work, it's her risk not ours.
      Sa mga young students in a particular school, rules are rules.

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    2. Thats their choice, while it s a different story pag students, ksi pwede Maghabol ang mga magulang sa schools and faculty kawawa din ang mga CLinical instructors pag ganoon pati license nila damay.

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    3. 10:51 kase kapag student kapalang at may nangyari sayo while nasa hospital duty ka or community services, the school and the clinical instructors are the ones responsible for you. Pero kung nakagraduate kana at nakapasa sa medical course and you chose to work in a hospital knowing na pregnant ka you are responsible for yourself.

      Kung violation of women's right and right of privacy ang mandatory PT ng school nato, hindi bat pag pag nag aabbroad mandatory din ang preg test bakit walang nagrereklamo sa mga agencies na nagpprocess ng papers para makapangibang bansa ang mga ofw's na navviolate din ang rights nila?

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    4. True. It’s total nonsense. Pregnant nurses and doctors do their normal work in hospitals and clinics until delivery. I should know, I’m a nurse.

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  19. For me okay lang na hindi muna mag enroll kasi may reason naman yung school. Hindi naman sinabing basta lang hindi tatanggapin. Edi pag nanganak na ituloy yung pag-aaral. Or hindi ko lang makuha, bakit parang takot na takot yung iba na magpacheck up kung buntis, dahil ba malalaman ng mga guardians nila, or mawawala pagka birhen nila, o nahihiya sila, o dahil natatapakan na agad pagkatao nila? E sa normal na nagtatrabaho okay lang naman magpacheck up. So sa mag-aaral ba nakakabawas ng dangal yun? Di ko gets. Saka kung ayaw nung school sa mga preggy, edi lipat ibang school. Sila lang ba ang school sa Baguio? Juice ko daming options.

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  20. What we need is a preventive measure for teenage pregnancy. Sana drug test na lang for for college students instead oh this.

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