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Tigdas, Dengue at Polio, Sinisi ng Anak ni Robredo sa Gobyerno!

Nagpasaring ang anak ni Vice President Leni Robredo na si Tricia sa kasalukuyang gobyerno kaugnay sa mga sakit na tumama sa mga kababayan natin sa loob ng isang taon.

“Measles, dengue and polio all in one year,” sabi ni Tricia.

Para pa kay Tricia, pekeng balita at pananakot daw ang naging paraan para patakbuhin ang bansa.

“When you run a nation with fear and fake news,
and use health for your personal political wars.
Sinong talo? ‘Yung mga pinangakuan ninyo ng pagbabago.,”
bladas pa ni Tricia.

Ang mga patutsada na ito ng anak ni Robredo ay hindi naman pinalampas ng isa sa mga pro-government blogger at Manila Bulletin Writer na si Krizette Laureta Chu.

“Kasing mema at feelingera ng nanay nya.

All in one year talaga? Ngayon lang nabalitaan?

Measles outbreak all over the world this year. Not just in the PH, even in the US. In 2017, there were 110,000 deaths worldwide over measles. The PH barely made a dent.

In 2018, the WHO has already warned—and even met—about the resurgence of polio worldwide, with countries reporting polio cases. Do you know that it only takes one polio patient to be diagnosed for it to be considered an outbreak, because of ratio and how it has been eradicated in many of the 125 countries it was endemic in?

One patient is all a country needs to have an outbreak if population is not vaccinated.

In 2018, WHO has already recorded 27 cases, but that’s up from 2017’s 22 cases—which worried health professionals greatly because that means that instead of complete eradication, which was the worldwide trend, there is “stagnation” and even increase in a disease the world considered nearly eradicated. There was an upward trend, when there should be eradication.

So in 2019, of course it’s only normal that there will be more cases, and the PH as a country with lots of OFWs and travelers is vulnerable to infection. QAQA.

In 2014, WHO already designated polio as “public health emergency of national concern.” Five years ago ha… the WHO already got alarming info that polio in some countries was already coming back. Kung hindi ka memang namumulitika lang, you would have found out by reading.

Dengue could be managed better by DOH, but dengue is a year round disease, every year, with cyclical peaks. Dengue, if Tricia Robredo isn’t as vapid as her mom, is no longer considered an outbreak but as a year-round disease. Many Southeast Asian countries are also grappling with the disease, and ratio of population to patient, are even more affected.

Mana mana lang. Pareho ng nanay nya na puro comment walang sustansya.
Pati ba naman health issues, kasalanan ni Duterte. Buti yung meningo scare sa Mindanao hindi mo ginamit… or baka di mo alam.

Kung meron mang namumulitika sa Health issues ng bansa, kayo yan ng bobo mong nanay. Kasi Imbes na tumulong kayo, destabilize kayo ng destabilize, blame kayo ng blame, akala nyo naman may silbi yung partido ng nanay mo. Lugar lugar gurl.

Takbo ka sa 2022 girl kaya pa relevant ka? Matuto ka kayang magbasa muna. Dami mong kuda girl, para namang may silbi Yang nanay mo.” resbak ni Chu.

Source: Tricia Robredo | Krizette Chu

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