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Saturday, March 28, 2020

Tweet Scoop: Solenn Heussaff Calls Out DOH on the Seeming Lack of Orders for PPE


Images courtesy of Twitter: solennheussaff

59 comments:

  1. Exactly! Simpleng PPEs wala man lang provided. Some hospitals need to to diy pa ng kanya kanyang ppes?? Wala na talagang pagasa, Pilipinas.

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    1. Kasi nga sa New York kulang na din sa mga PPEs. Patterned ang systema natin sa Amerika.

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    2. Ignorant! KULANG NA PO GLOBALLY NG PPE. Be informed!

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    3. Kahit sa mga calamities, umaasa na lang lahat sa donations dahil laging di afford ng gobyerno. Samantalang andaming unnecessary expenses naman.

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    4. Kahit po dito sa UK kulang din po sa PPE.. apron lng po gamit namin nakaration pa. Basa din world news.

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    5. @2:24 akala ko ba tutulungan ng Chinese bosses ni Duterte ang Pilipinas?

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    6. Jusmio, dumagdag ka pa 1:31 sa kaepalan. Wala nga supply worldwide. Di ka ba nagbabasa ng news. Eto nman mga artistang eto all talk. Talk talk talk ng hindi nagiisip. Ayan mga fanatics, pagtangol nyo pa mga inaaidolize nyo na artista. Di muna nagiisip bago mag post.

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    7. Pero hindi dapat kinukumpara ang Pilipinas sa America. Wala pa ngang isang libo cases sa Pinas, kulang na sa PPE. What more pa kung dumami pa? NY has 46,000 cases alone. 102,000 for the whole country. Philippines only has 803.

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    8. akala lang nyo wala pero meron, meron, merong ginagawa ang DOH!!! may orders po. kaya lang kasi Pandemic prportions po ito. malaki ang demand sa buong mundo! salamat sa mga nagdodonate na mga private entities and civilians na tumutulong. pero di ibig sabihin na natutulog lang ang DOH. wag kayo judgmental, wala kayong alam.

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    9. 2:24 9:11 Marami po kasing cases yang mga yan. Kaya nauubusan. Sa atin konti pa lang, nagkukulang na ng supply. Ang hilig niyo magkumpara. Magkaiba ang standards sa ibang bansa at dito. Yang sa NY, marami kasi silang tinest. Ilang libo ang tinetest araw araw. Dito sa PH, sobrang konti lang araw araw. Inuuna pa VIP.

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  2. Bakit nga ba? Hospitals and Frontliners are complaining na walang sufficient supplies ng PPE from the government and yet and mga private companies/citizens/celebrities are able to purchase and donate PPE. Bakit nga ba ganoon?

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  3. Grabe kasi kurakot sa govt natin. Yan din pinagtataka ko parang ang govt nakaasa sa mga magdodonate fr private sectors. Kaya nakakainit ng ulo pag nakikita ko tax ko san napupunta?

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    1. Inuuna ang mga pansariling interest. Nakakalungkot.

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    2. Exactly my thought..hay grabe kakalungkot.

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    3. I feel you. Kung hindi kumilos ang private sector, wala na.

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  4. Sa totoo lang ang national govt kulang sa action. Humingi ng emergency power kuno para may magawa hanggang ngayon nganga. Tapos na quarantine pa si Digong. Meron bang presidente na once a week lang ang presscon tapos madaling araw pa pag tulog lahat.

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    1. Exactly. Ano ano na ba ang nagawa simula nung na approve yung emergency power? Why the urgency dun kung wala naman action na ginawa. Sana visible to sa mga Pilipino para di na ququestion.

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    2. Si VP Leni nga ang dami nang nabigyan ng PPE sa mga hospitals kahit limited budget. Bakit wala pa ang DOH or sa office ng President?

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  5. Yes please! Pagtulungan at ipressure yang DOH and other Government Offices na sila ang dapat ang nag tatake action sa panagong toh!

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  6. Probably they don’t want to use the budget for the PPEs because they know for sure that citizens will donate and shell out money.

    I just hope the money will be allocated for better use, not for someone’s pocket.

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  7. Malayong malayo sa action na ginawa ng DOH noong 2003 SARS. Wala pa yung virus, nakapaghanda na ang DOH noon. Kaya madaling naquarantine at maliit ang casualty.

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  8. Sorry Philippines. It’s too late. Even America needs PPE rn. Maa-outbid lang kayo ng rich countries. Better ask local textile factories to do it for you.

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    1. Sad but true. Either wala tayo pambili dahil kinupit o palpak sa planning o talagang masyado malaki ang salot na to. No country was or is ever prepared for an epidemic.

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  9. Dapat tanggalin na si Duque. Walang kwenta siya sa totoo lang. At ginagawan pa ng personal favor mga vip. Tsktsk.

    Mga tao gusto magresign si Koko. Pero parang wala ako naririnig sa mga tao na ipatanggal si Duque sa pwesto nya.

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    1. i agree anon 2:46am

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    2. Kasi sa totoo lang tied ang hands ni Duque sa mga pulpolitiko na to. During camara and senate hearing nangiipit sila ng budget. Remember yung nabawasan budget ng DOH ng half before this pandemic. Kawawa sya to be honest as much as gusto nya kumilos wala naman sya magagawa kung di sya bibigyan ng budget. Bully lang talaga yung mga politicians. Maganda na din siguro yung special powers sa president para nag reallocate ng budget, this time wala ng approval needed sa house at senate direcho na from president to agencies.

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    3. True. Itong crisis talagang napamukha sa atin ang kapalpakan, kasakiman ng mga politiko. Sana matuto na tayo sa susunod na eleksyon.

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  10. Choose between lack of planning, leadership or naubos yung funds.

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  11. Sufficient ang govt funds, but walang masyadong mapagkukunan dahil kahit USA and Germany ay nahirapan din mag acquire ng PPEs. :(

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    1. Then ask china! Since ally naman nila tayo kuno at sila ang madaming supply. Hay may pagkakalagyan din yang leaders ng china when the time comes.

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    2. But Vietnam has been stocking on these stuff since January. Apparently we thought that the President can just slap the virus away

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  12. There is a shortage of PPEs around the world. It’s too late already to order now and expect the, to be there right away. All of these should have been done by hospitals and government two months ago when the pandemic was raging in China. Blame lack of preparedness and laziness.

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  13. Pkitanong din sa US bakit kulang din sila ng PPE at ang mga duktor nila eh gumamit narin ng garbage bag

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    1. Kasi marami silang tinetest everyday. Wala sa kalingkingan ng PH at marami rin silang doctors & nurses kaya kulang talaga. Hols 100k cases na sila kaya nagkukulang. Eh dito sa PH 1k pa lang pero umaaray na. Yan ang pinagkaiba. Magkaiba ang standards natin. Yung normal numbers ng testing sa kanila eh mass testing na dito. Wag kayong magkumpara sa mga 1st world countries dahil again, magkaiba ang standards.

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  14. Hmmm, every country in the world is now trying to purchase the same protective equipments from the same suppliers. Nothing can be found. The government is too slow and too late to act.

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    1. Meron supply. Mahina pero meron. Nakaka procure nga private individuals eh.tamad lang mag source ang government.

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  15. The USA, Italy and Spain are already running out of supplies. This country won’t be able to find any at this point. You are out of luck because of lack of planning and foresight.

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  16. Too little too late na. Pity our poor frontline emergency workers, nurses and doctors.

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  17. Yung molecular lab ng Marikina para makatulong sa covid testing di approved, rejected ng DOH. Kasi daw dapat separate building. Sinunod ng Marikina lahat ng protocols. Even make sure na separate way at elevator ang gagamitin papunta sa lab na nasa top floor. Kadudaduda kasi RITM nga naapprove eh ang daming katabi mas lesser pa ang traffic ng lab ng Marikina. Krooo. Ano na DOH? Wala rin bang mas pleasant na pwede humarap sa tv? Di ko bet ang vibe nung Usec na short-haired. Parang robot na walang compassion ang vibes.

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  18. Are you sure walang order ang DOH or any government hospitals? Are you aware of the procurement process of these agencies? Kaya humihingi ng special powers para ma expedite lahat yan and mapabilis. Puntahan mo lahat ng Bids and Awards Commitee departments ng lahat ng DOH hospitals tingnan mo kung walang order tsaka ka magdadakdak. Tulog ba asawa mong papansin kaya mema?

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    1. "Mapabilis" lmao. Ilang araw na simula nung na grant ang emergency powers.

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    2. Hello, do you live under a rock? Naibigay na ang special powers to procure immediately. Di ka aware?

      Also, im very aware of ra 9184 or gpra. Why dont you check what it says about emergency procurement. Moot point dahil may special powers na nga ang malacanang.

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  19. Kung ang reason wala nang makuha from suppliers, at least look for improvised. Pag wala talaga hazard pay na lang sa frontliners wag lang maibulsa budget.

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  20. Wala bang local factories sa pinas na pwedeng gumawa ng PPE? Kahit dito sa america, kulang na din po kami. Sa healthcare din ako nagwowork. Pati gloves namin nakatago na. Bibigyan lang kami tig iisang box ng gloves. Kaya tipid tipid talaga. Wala din po kaming mask. Unless may patient na may symptoms tsaka lang kami magmamask.

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    1. Meron. In taiwan, military personnel were deployed to augment the workers in the factories. Locally produced ang PPE nila

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  21. Omg, pinas is in big trouble. With 803 cases and they are already running out of everything? The USA already have over 102,396 cases. Italy has over 86,498 cases and Spain has over 65,719 cases.

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  22. nakakapagtaka din na nagawa ng gobyerno mag donate ng face masks sa China agad agad pero ngayon pagdating sa mga kababayan nilang frontliners walang mabigay? panay asa sa donations?

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  23. Sorry to inform you guys, but PPE are having shortage around the world, kahit me pambili ka kung wala ka namang mabilhan wala rin. I work in healthcare in Canada and even here me shortage kami.

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    1. Kasi nga marami kayong frontliners at lagi kayong nag te-test kaya nabibilang yung mga cases. Dito sa Pinas, konti na nga doctors at cases, kulang kulang pa rin ang PPE'S. Dyusko.

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  24. I’ll just put this out here. I had friend who as early as January was seeking accreditation from FDA and DOH to bring in testing kits and PPEs from South Korea pero hindi sila pinag bigyan dahil hindi magkakapera ang mga ito dahil manufactured na ang ididistribute sa mga hospital kaya inantay nila yung gawa ng UP which will take God knows how long to reproduce dahil may cut sila sa budget. Ganito sila kadumi sa bansang ito. Nakakasuka.

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  25. My Partner is a frontliner, his borther is based in HK who has contact supplier in China for PPEs. He is very desperate to order and provide PPEs for his trainee residents kasi kulang sa Hospital. He called Fedex and he was told, mahohold lang po yung shipment sa customs. They regulate PPE coming. There was a rumor than PPE mask coming are being held and distributed to hospitals and the rest are being sold to chinese business men.
    He did not push it anymore and told hospital to deal with the supplier directly instead. Unfortunately hospitals have their own suppliers and as protocol, they have to wait for whats available. What's shocking is the PPEs provided by these suppliers are shockingly expensive.

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  26. Kung walang mabilihan katulad ng siansbe ng iba dito o ng govt..MAGPAGAWA! Bat yung mga designers like leyva and rajo mkaka pag pagawa daw sila and idodonate na lang nila? So wats stopping the govt from doing this?

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  27. It’s a matter of the the government priorities. PPEs should have been stocked kasi di natin alam kung kelan magkakaroon ng pandemic na katulad ng nangyari ngayon. Kulang ang bansa sa pagpaplano dahil inuuna ng gobyerno ang pansariling interest. Madaming pera ang bansa. Sa laki ba naman ng binabayarang buwis ng mamamayan.

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  28. 3:54, she is NOT ignorant! she is calling out DOH because there is supposed to be a budget for this. may special powers na nga hindi pa rin priority ang safety ng health workers! maganda na private individuals and corporations ang nagtutulungan pero wag to the point na walang gagawin ang ang gobyerno. san nila dadalhon ang billion na binuksan for special powers? ikaw ang ignorante.

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  29. Sino ba nag aaprove at disapprove ng test kits, lab etc? Sa panahon ngayon kahit lagundi at pito pito patulan mo na dapat.I approve niyo lahat para mapadali ang testing.Sini sino itong nag sisapprove.Paki lista natin ang mga pangalan nila.

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  30. The covid19 virus was already raging in China since January 2020 but this government failed miserably to prepare for the epidemic. And now the supplies are gone all over the world.

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  31. E worldwide po kasi may shortage, worldwide may demand!

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