Drs. & Nurses to Pres. Duterte: “It’s not a call for revolution, It’s a call for help,”

Drs. & Nurses to Pres. Duterte: “It’s not a call for revolution, It’s a call for help,”



It was an explanation that is really needed to clear the things that has been said.

Jaymee De Guzman, a nurse at San Lazaro Hospital and member of the Filipino Nurses United (FNU) said the call made to President Rodrigo Roa Duterte was a call for help and not a revolution against him, it was a call for help since more health workers are getting infected with the novel coronavirus 2019 disease or COVID-19.

“It’s not a call for revolution, President Duterte. It’s a call for help,” said de Guzman.

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“Baka yung health workers walang nagre-report sa inyo ano ang tunay na kalagayan. Hindi po rebolusyon ang sinisigaw namin. We need your help kasi kami na ang nahahawa,” she added during the virtual forum.

(Perhaps no one is reporting to you about the situation of health workers. We are not calling for a revolution. We need your help because we are contracting the disease.)

As of August 1, 5,008 health workers have been infected with COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic. A total of 394 are still in hospitals or home quarantine

De Guzman had to address the comments of the Chief Executive as the President said that health workers should not call for a revolution.

The remarks came after medical societies appealed for the National Capital Region (NCR) to be placed under the stricter enhanced community quarantine due to the continuing rise in COVID-19 cases.

FNU National President Maristela Abenojar said Duterte should not alter the issue.

“Wala naman sigurong sumigaw sa ating health workers na rebolusyon. Malinaw ang ating posisyon.
We just want appropriate and concrete medical and health interventions,” she said.

(I don’t think any of the health workers called for a revolution. Our position is clear. We just want appropriate and concrete medical and health interventions.)

 

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