Para malabanan ang patuloy na paglaganap ng coronavirus disease 2019 (covid-19) sa ating bansa ay nagpatupad si Pangulong Rodrigo Roa Duterte ng enhance community quarantine sa Metro Manila. At upang mapatupad ng maayos ang quarantine ay pinakilos ng pamahalaan ang pwersa ng kapulisan at kasundaluhan upang mapanatili ang kaayusan at seguridad.
Pero may ilang kumekuwestiyon sa naging pasya ng Pangulo na isama ang mga pulis at sundalo sa paglaban sa covid-19. Isa na dito ay ang anak ni Senador Franciso “Kiko” Pangilinan na si Frankie. Boladas ni Frakie, mapapatay ba ng mga baril ang virus?
“so i’ll read a book or maybe two or three 📚
i’ll add a few new paintings to my gallery 🎨
i’ll play guitar 🎸
and knit 🧶
and cook 🍲🍳
and basically 🤷🏻♀️
how are our health workers?
why is military force necessary?
are guns supposed to kill the virus?
ANUBA TALAGA,” sabi sa social media post ni Frankie.
Magugunita na may ilang medical workers na ang sumuporta sa pagsama sa militar upang labanan ang pagkalat ng coronavirus.
In case your self-serving ignorant hoarding self have not noticed, there is already chaos.
So you expect doctors to police this chaos because it is a health concern? you expect doctors to lay an iron fist on your undisciplined character? by all means good Sir, you have no idea how much control we foster upon ourselves just not to harm your self-centered precious little lives. banat ni Dr. Samontina.
“Bakit daw may militar? Eh t*ng -na nyo pagod na nga kaming mga health workers sa pagduduty (may nCov, PUI and PUM patients pa) tapos gusto nyo kami parin magbantay ng mga check points?” buwelta naman ni Kevin
“To answer this, we all must realise that health practitioners weren’t trained to maintain peace and order. We cannot legally use our stethoscopes 🩺 to strangle our patients into telling us their medical history. I could probably use my MMA skills to hold down a squirming child who needs to get IV fluids—but that’s it. We weren’t trained to use force. Is force needed? Look out for awhile and notice that people have hoarded supplies and they have gone on exodus from ground zero. If we sent out medical interns in the streets, nobody would help us take care of people who contracted illness after, say, holding rallies during this time of pandemonium… So yes, the medical community needs the military, too.,” paliwanag ng Dr. Patrick.