Monday, March 23, 2020

Tweet Scoop: Alex Gonzaga Disappointed at Interview Admitting Patients Positive with Covid-19 Were Sent Home


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    1. Makabash lang. Si Alex dami na natulungan. E ikaw?

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    2. 5:54 wag mo kami echusin baka humingi kami ng resibo kung sino sino natulungan ni alex.Stick to the issue!

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  2. Kakalungkot talaga. Hindi lang sa qc may ganun. Even sa ibang cities may mga covid positive na pinag home quarantine na lang (if mild symptoms). Priority kasi iconfine mga elderly and with co-morbidity.

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    1. Same here in Canada. Kung positive ka, stay ka lang sa bahay unless malala ka na saka ka lang aadmit sa hospital.

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  3. I saw that interview of an incompetent waste of space, trapo. Sayang pa-sweldo sa mga kagaya niya.

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  4. First time ko natuwa kay Alex G.

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  5. Ang dami na natulungan ni Alex nakakatuwa sana gayahin pa ng iba

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  6. Similar incident ang nangyari sa Italy may patient na nagpaadmit parang apat na beses siyang pianuwi kasi pabalik balik siya kahit may Covid19. Hindi pa malala ang incident noon pero tingnan mo naman nagkahawahan na.

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  7. I live in California. The sad reality is even if people get tested positive for covid19 and has mild symptoms or asymptomatic, they will not be admitted in the hospital. They will be sent home to self isolate and monitor from home. Only severe cases are admitted in the hospital. It's pretty scary. Sobra pasaway ang mga tao dito especially the millenials. They think they're invincible. So, stay at home everyone. Stay healthy. Be safe.

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    1. Stop blaming everything on millennials- the youngest of them are 23. It’s Gen Z that are out partying and generally not caring.

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    2. Yup. Yung iba jan dinidilaan pa yung mga doorknob at mga railings ng mga doors at stairs. Yung iba share share pa sa isang lollipop.

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    3. Exactly! Walang inaadmit sa hospital na di kailangan iadmit. They can self quarantine at home.

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    4. When you say millenials, you mean the 25-40 y.o. right?

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    5. Where are you in ca? We were in sf to drive around and at ocean beach ang daming pasaway

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    6. Hi! Please learn to differentiate millennials and gen-z. Millennials are in their late twenties to late thirties. They are working from home doing zoom video conferences rather than spring break in florida.

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    7. GenZ students mga yan

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    8. Problem is those who were sent home libe in informal settlements. Sa tingin mo makakapag self-isolate yung mga yun? Context please.

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  8. Pag mild Ang symptoms kahit positive pwde mag home quarantine . Ganyan din Ginagawa sa US

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    1. Iba naman kasi sa US. Yung mga pinauwi from urban poor communities na dikit dikit ang mga bahay. Vulnerable talaga kaya dapat ihiwalay.

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    2. kung sana may adequate facility sa bahay yung pinauwi para ma-isolate sya, pwede pa. kaso aminado si mayora na yung isang patient eh nde ganun ang sitwasyon. kaya nga sabi nya na kailangan na itest lahat ng kasama nun sa bahay. sa kakulangan ng test kits ngayon, pano na?

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    3. 2:43 Ah talaga? Ano nang nangyayari sa US ngayon? Nakakarindi lng ang ugali ng ibang pinoy na kelangan sabihin na ginagawa sa US , ganyan sa US , sa US ganito ganyan, na as if angat na angat ang US. Pwede ba, tama na ang pagsamba niyo sa US.

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    4. 11:12 may galit ka ba teh sa mga taga Amerika? Yaan nyo sila. Wala namang masama if they say where they are from

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  9. Fan na ako ni Alex. Ang puna niya ay sa maling proseso, malasakit sa kapwa. Ganern dapat. Mahal mo ang Pilipinas at kapwa mo, hindi ang kung sino na pulpotiko.

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  10. If asymptomatic naman to mild symptoms, patients can self quarantine at home and they can heal themselves from there, as long as walang respiratory complication. Kasi wala naman magagawa sa hospital kung wala ka naman symptoms or mild lang. all they can do is give patientes support care such as administration of tylenol tapos maeexposed pa ang mga healthcare people sa kakatake care. At least kung quarantine sa bahay, sa iisang kwarto, mamiminimize ang exposure at makakapagrest din mabuti ang patient na kailangan kailangan ng katawan para malabanan ang virus atsaka kung kasing every positive covid patient ihospitalize, mauubos ang resources. Kwawa yung severe cases na kailangan kailangan talaga ng hospitalization.

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  11. Kaya hindi ko matanggap ung galit ng mga tao sa fb about dun sa pinauwing covid positive sa qc. I mean hindi ba sila informed na ganun ang protocol sa hospital? Naiisip ko tuloy na hindi na sila nanood ng news sa tv and naka rely na lang sa kung ano mag viral sa fb. In an ideal world, lahat ng positive nasa hospital. But in reality, hindi po ganun

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  12. I actually agree with the protocol. If mild symptoms positive covid ka, and you go sa hospital, there’s no cure naman, so what is the point.? Rather than have the nurses take care of your symptoms that are mild, why not go home? It’s basically for the greater good. I’d rather have the frontliners take care of patients that are in a critical condition, Diba?

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  13. Ganon din dito sa Australia. Mabburden lng ang healthcare facilities if you put them (mild cases) all in the hospital,hindi pa safe kase you will put the other patients and healthcare workers at risk. Dapat may penalties din jan sa mga hindi ngffollow sa enforced isolation.

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  14. Is she really that clueless. That’s the norm in pinas, even with the non-covid health issues. There are no beds in most hospitals for non-emergency cases. You have to wait or try your luck and visit several hospitals and if you are lucky you’ll get a bed.

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  15. That’s the policy if you are not sick yet. Otherwise the hospitals, doctors and nurses will be overwhelmed with patients.

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  16. may nurse sa china na self quarantine dahil mild case yung covid nya. mas gusto nya daw sa bahay para magamit sa mas nangangailangan ang bed na p[ara sa kanya. sa awa ng diyos gumaling naman siya kasi sinunod nya talaga yung habilin na dapat gawin

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  17. Unless you have pneumonia and in need of ventilator, there is no need for you to be in hospital. There is nothing they can give you anyway. There is no cure or dugs for it and no vaccine.

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  18. Omg, she doesn’t know na wala naman kasing treatment sa covid19. It’s like a severe flu, there is no cure for it. All you can do is wait for your body (your immune system) to fight off the virus. I’m a nurse so I know the protocol for Covid-19. We treat them if they have pneumonia and ventilator if they can’t breath on their own.

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  19. Our hospitals are already overwhelmed. That's why as much as possible, we have to self-isolate and quarantine at home.
    There's always a possibility for the healthy condition to improve, just stringently reinforce discipline.
    At the 1st instance of cough or mild fever, drink lots of water and take long rest and sleep. Stay away from loved ones as much as you can.

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  20. So bakit tayo nakaquarantine kung wala naman pala concrete na plans in case malamang positive ang isang pasyente, asymptomatic or otherwise?

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    1. Quarantine is to stop the spread of the virus from people with the virus to those who don’t have the virus. You can be infected and still have no symptoms but can still infect others. That’s why we also have social distancing rule at the moment.

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    2. So that we could flatten the curve. Para naman hindi ma overwhelm ang health care system. Hindi lahat maaccommodate ng mga hospital kung lahat ng tao sa Pinas mahahawaan. Kawawa ang mga frontliners kapag nangyari yun. Kaya makinig sa mga paalala ng mga doctor and nurses na manitili sa mga bahay para hindi makahawa kahit asymptomatic ka. That is the least thing you could do to protect yourself, your loved ones and to help all the frontline workers.

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  21. Here in UK, they stopped testing na. Pag nagstart ka ng ubo or lagnat, self isolation ka na agad. Whether normal
    Flu lang yan, theh consider it as corona na agad and you have to do self isolation para di na makahawa. Bawal ka pumunta ng clinics or hospitals. If you call the hotline wala ring magagawa sayo unless super lala mo na, dun ka lang pwede iadmit and itest. Ayaw na nila itrace each case, magastos nga naman. My husband shown symptoms of CoVID 19. We’ll never know if he’s positive or not kasi di siya matetest. We’re just doing self isolation and following guidelines from the healthcare and government. Paracetamol lang din iniinom niya and we asked our friend and family to buy us groceries for the meantime

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  22. Look, I work as a nurse here in Sydney and even the biggest hospitals here have limited space and staff in ICU. We're already planning to close some wards and convert them into a makeshift ICU, but that will not be enough. Here's another thing you need to know about Covid19, if you have very mild symptoms and the health professionals deemed you as 'not at risk' you will not be prioritised. It's not like you will be abandoned. It's more of, people with underlying conditions will be prioritised more. People with COPD, poor immune system (such as patients with cancer or on a dialysis), elderlies, etc. If you're like Tom Hanks or Idris Elba, you can stay in your home. Keep track of your health and if something is not right (and you know your body more than anyone) then present yourself to ED.

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  23. Omg hindi nya alam yung sinasabe nya. Isolation/Quarantine/ lockdown nde malilift yun kpag pataas ng pataas ang number ng nagkakasakit namamatay etc.
    1. Walang gamot ung virus kelangan yung vaccine wala pang vaccine kaya pinapaglockdown para mabigyan ng time na magawa ung vaccine
    2. Hindi universal ang healthcare system ng pinas pay per service kelangan magbayad para sa serbisyo nde lahat maafford mag bayad at hindi din bottomless ang kaban ng bayan ng pinas
    3. Kelangan proper information dissemination tamang info ang ikalat ng media oa na. Kc meron iswab daw lahat anu na next tingin na nila after swab may gagawin unless critical papauwiin lang at magsselfquarantine. Kahit kaming healthcare providers natatakot na nde din naman namin alam kung kaya ng baga namin tong covid na to noh. Pasok kami ng pasok more chances of winning din kami.
    Tapos may mga tao na may vested political agenda. Dapat nga i marshal law na eh wala lalabas iffreeze bills etc lahat iraration ang food basic needs tubig kuryente control ng gobyerno. Hello nde lang travel related ang covid community acquired na iba kasi matigas ulo ayaw mag stay sa bahay.
    Gusto ba natin magaya sa italy ayun maganda na healthcare system nila nag fail padin so please sumunod

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  24. Baket kaya hinde maisip ng nasa pweste na kung positive at pinauwi ng bahay ay makakahawa naman sa pamilya at kalapitbhay ang sitwasyon kse imposible naman talaga quarantine pag maliit bahay ,baket hinde gawin na isang school magkoon sarili room bawat magpositive ,give them spce then hatidan nlng pgkin mamomonitor pa sila,marami naman paraan talaga kung pag iisipn kaso gaya gaya kase tyo

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  25. Yung mga comments na "here in US", "here in UK". Wag po magmagaling. Hindi porke't nasa 1st world kayo at yan ang ginagawa is effective na. remember nasa top 10 highest cases kayo ng COVID and still increasing.

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    1. 3:18 teh/kuya, remember din not eveyone were tested dyan sa Pinas kaya wala pa sa honor roll. Yung mga kailangan i-test ang hindi nakakakuha ng kit dahil sa mga selfless creatures sa gobyerno, so hindi nabibilang sa cases.

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    2. Walang masama sa pag compare sa mga bansa namin sa Pinas (I am the one who posted about UK). Mayayamang bansa na ang nagpapatupad ng ganyang kalakaran dahil hindi kakayanin ng expenses and wala naman talaga gamot sa COVID-19. Ang ginagamot lang eh yung mga may pre-existing disease which is YUN ang ginagamot nila hindi yung corona virus mismo! It's not about how efficient it is but it's about HOW THEY MANAGE IT ESPECIALLY IF THERE ARE COSTINGS INVOLVED. Musta naman ang Pinas, maaafford ba? Don't get butth*rt with the comparison, it's a fact. Hindi mayaman ang Pinas to accommodate ALL PATIENTS THAT ARE POSITIVE ON IT. Government can't do it all, that's why they're asking us to be cooperative.

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  26. Clearly she's misinformed.

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  27. Virus is self-limiting. Namamatay ng kusa. Kung hindi ka pa naman seriously ill, wag ka na muna makipagsiksikan as hospital. Ang problema jan eh kung pina uwi ka at di effective ang self isolation mo. Jan nagkakahawaan. Wag natin iasa sa gobyerno lahat guys. Let's do our part. Hindi talaga kaya ng mga hospitals I.cater lahat. That is reality mapa 1st or 3rd world countries man.

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    1. Pano makakapag self-isolate ng maayos yung mga nakatira sa maliliit na bahay at tabi-tabi pa matulog dahil isa lang ang tulugan?

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  28. Dito sa Canada, positive ka, stay sa home.

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  29. Galing sa mahihirap na pamilya yung mga pinauwi na positive sa covid. Hindi kalakihan mga bahay nila kaya malamang mahahawa nila mga kapamilya nila.

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  30. Ang self quarantine para hindi mag spread. Wala kasing gamot para sa may Covid19. Kaya nagiging critical ang iba dahil hindi makahinga or kailangan ng tulong ng medical equipment. Most naman walang symptoms or mild lang. Impossible na lahat ng cases papasoking sa ospital kasi may ibang patiente kailangan gamotin.

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    1. Ayun na nga nasa hundreds pa lang tayo pero hindi na sapat yung mga hospitals pano pa kaya pag nasa thousands na?

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