Pres. Duterte scolds healthcare workers: ‘You demean your own government’

Pres. Duterte scolds healthcare workers: ‘You demean your own government’



President Rodrigo Roa Duterte did not let this issue pass.

He criticized healthcare workers for going public with their call for a “timeout amid the continuing increase of infections brought abput by the novel coronavirus 2019 disease or COVID-19.

During the President last public address, Duterte said they could have written a letter or asked for an audience instead of threatening a “revolution.”

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte
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“Iyong mga health workers na hindi connected sa gobyerno, we will try to help. But there is no need for you and for the guys ng ano ng 1,000 of you telling us what to do publicly. You could have just [written] us a letter. Lahat naman nang sinasabi ninyo sinusunod namin,” according to the President.

The President laments that because of the pandemic, government funds have dried up and is not enough to further addressed the pandemic.

“You know, it’s the resources, ang pera. May gusto kayong bilihin ko. Ang problema ang bulsa ko butas na ‘yung isa dahil we have suffered economically pati individually. Iyong income ninyo, wala na. Hindi lang man kayo.

“So do not try to demean government. You are not actually criticizing. You demean your own government by just going ahead, at saka takutin ng revolution. Bayan man natin ito. Gusto ninyo sirain natin? Start it now,” he dared the medical community,” Duterte said.





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