Saturday, May 9, 2020

Tweet Scoop: Luis Manzano and Robi Domingo Wonder What Will Happen to Covid-19 PH Cases by May 15

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40 comments:

  1. This is very scary. I do understand n kelangan n lumabas ng mga tao for their job/work/necessity. But if we're still unable to lower the covid patient/cases, mas lalong lalala ang situation kung pinayagan n lumabas.

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    1. Relax! Yung mga bansang India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, at mga Latin American e mga walang tests mga yun pero ilan lang namamatay sa kanila sa Covid. Sa China nga wala nang namamatay. Nastuck na sila sa 4637 deaths.

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    2. 5:51 dalawang buwan ng naka lockdown relaks pa din

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    3. Mahirap na bansa din yang Cambodia etc. Pero dinaig pa tayo. Wag na tayo lumabas. Hingi na lang tayo ayuda sa gobyerno. Gusto naman nila yon. Labas lang sila ng labas ng pondo o budget at utang ng utang. Kung mamamayan nga may ayuda, sila pa kaya mawawalan and I am sure hindi bigas at sardinas un kanila.

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    4. 5:51 Well, obviously naman na MAGKAIBA TYO S IBANG BANSA. So why do u compare us to them?? Duh

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    5. relax??? sa panahon ngayon "relax" ang word na pinaka useless

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    6. 5:51 nakaka 1.5 million tests na ang India. Anong sinasabi mong walang tests sa kanila? Tayo nasa 150k tests pa lang. At saka naniwala ka naman na yan lang ang deaths sa China?

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    7. 5:51 these countries never give accurate numbers naman talaga. dahil na sa dami hindi na mabilang. latin america, marami din..hindi lang talaga ma report unless you google it.

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  2. Magkahawaan na. I think ito ang one of the reasons na shut down ang abs cbn para limited ang information. Sa pandemic na kagaya ng civid dapat may update ang mga citizens Kung ilan ang may positive at negative case, ilan ang na hospital at na icu at ilan ang namatay. Daily iya. The head of the state together with the health minister should give a daily update. Iyan ang ginawa dito sa bansa namin kayae we are able to flatten the curve. Haay, naku, mamatay na ang lahat diyan sa Pilipinas na wala silang magawa.

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  3. Tapos pansit-pansitan lang pala ang gamot sa Covid.

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  4. Incompetent government

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    1. why blame the govt for people's lack of discipline

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    2. @2:49 aside from lack of discipline, the government is not prepared or does not know how to handle this pandemic.

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  5. Saan ka ngayon? Phil’s can learn from your steps to flatten curve.thanks.

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    1. NZ leads in flattening the curve or even eliminating the virus. 21 deaths and identified ang clusters of transmissions. Mass testing here and there ang ginawa nila. Every day may live update ang prime minister with the head of infectious diseases.

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    2. Totoo iyan. Dito sa NZ, people are always informed. Daily updates sa mga cases. There were 26 clusters of transmissions and the trace at controlled na. Out of the 16 I think 12 ang close the rest are still being monitored. Last week 2 days zero case and this week so 2 cases are the highest. Strong leadership combined with science are the keys in flattening the curve.

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    3. True! Amazing leader talaga ang NZ. Grabe talaga. they were able to identify the clusters of transmission and na trace talaga kun saan galing if there are new cases of transmission in the community. All citizens look forward for the daily updates kasi mag live ang government with the health officials so alam namin ilan ang mga bagong case, na ICU at namatay at kung saang clusters ang na infected. Information dissemination is very helpful talaga. well informed ang mga citizens dito about Covid. sana ganyan sa atin. i am sure if may information na ganyan from the top, the citizens will surely respond positively.

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  6. We are not yet ready for reopening... sad to say. pero yan ang reality

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  7. This is population control.

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    1. Are you going to volunteer and contribute to the population control?

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  8. Thailand is lowering now because We follow rules set by the government. We don’t complain, we cooperate. Be safe 🇵🇭

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    1. Nasa tao talaga yan. Ang titigas ng ulo. Isa na dito sa cebu city. Nagkahawa-hawa na sa mga barangay kasi labas din naman ng labas. Kung may martial law lang baka napigilan pa ang mga yan.

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    2. Having a strong health system is the key. Following the govenment rules secondary

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  9. ano ba yan ndi na nababantayan issue ng covid cases sa Pinas dahil sa pagsara sa ABS. bat pa kasi sinabay naddivert tuloy attention. toh rin naman kasi DOH, LGU, lahat lahat na sa government ang kukupad! parang hangang ngayon wala pang isolation nagaganap sa mga may cases ah. ambabagal magsi kilos nakakaloka! puro extend extend. ndi yata talaga nila alam ano dapat gawin.

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    1. Magaling nman tlga magdivert ang admin n ito s mga importanteng issue ng ating bansa. Kya n progress. Hayz

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    2. It's a diversion tactic for us to forget our loosing battle against this pandemic.

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    3. Actually isa yan sa mga rason kung bakit na shut down ang abs to divert the attention from the incompetence of this government on handling the covid situation.

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  10. Panget talaga pag handle ng admin sa pandemic na to. Harsh truth. The numbers dont lie

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  11. Dapat sinali nila ang Singapore, reportedly having a second wave.

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  12. These countries who have overcome this pandemic faster than the Philippines have spent more on prevention and cure. The Philippines spent minimal despite a large approved budget. If not for the help of private sectors and aids from other foreign countries, it could have been worst. Of course we all know who to blame on this one.

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  13. madaming waves ang mangyayari hanggang Walfang vaccine. authoritarian ang govt ng Vietnam, I doubt sa numbers nila

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  14. kahit anong diversion gawin ng gobyerno lalabas at lalabas pa rin ang incompetence nila

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  15. @5:51pm, Ecuador ang daming patay na ang mga dead bodies ay pinabayaan nalang sa kalsada kasi hindi na makaya sa mga funeral parlors. You don't want that to happen in the Philippines. Other countries in Asia are not giving an accurate numbers sa mga reports nila.. may second wave pa iyan..mag collapse talaga ang health system sa Philippines if iyan ang nangyari.

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    1. @2:49 am as if ph gov is being honest about our reported cases. DOH backlogs on reported cases are increasing yet the narrative is we are flattening the curve.

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  16. Kakastress. Lord, please sana palambutin nyo po ang mga matitigas na ulo dito sa pilipinas.

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  17. Aside from weak strategy, another factor is the worst people. Let's admit madami talaga wla discipline, mga hnd marunong magsocial distancing at tambay sa labas kahit unnecessary. I pray for 🇵🇭

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  18. very scary talaga since we are not ready dahil may community transmission talaga and until now walang clear ways of handling this crisis. next month starts the rainy season and dengue fever season na iyan. may covid na may dengue pa. Lord, please enlighten our officials to be able to think of ways to at least flatten the curve before the rainy/typhoon season comes.

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  19. too much politics in this country iyan ang problema plus na may mga sipsip na government officials sa ibang agencies..walang mga common sense talaga sila.. may pinag aralan naman.. bakit hindi sila marunong..o baka naka focus lang sila paano mabulsa ang pera para sa mga mahihirap. sa ibang bansa, may trabaho ka o wala, may matatanggap sa government kapag wala kang trabaho during the lockdown. bakit sa atin wala? depende pa sa taga lista sa barangay. a total disaster talaga.

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  20. Well, looking at the graph, seyempre pataas pa rin nang pataas. That’s a fact of trajectory. Simple projection lang yan. Know your statistics.

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  21. Kasi not enough testing and tracing sa pinas. Kaya it’s not going down.

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