June 23, 2024
  1. The public should have time to read the IATF guidelines before bingeing on K-drama and Netflix to be guided of their rights and obligations during the ECQ.
  2. Local health workers and political leaders who maintain zero case of the Covid-19 infection deserve praises, not those who turned the pandemic for political advances.
  3. Concerned agencies should not allow their functions to be quarantined to protect the public from authorities who abuse their power and discretion during lockdown.
  4. Downhearted frontliners are being directed to recheck tests on suspected Covid-19 patients because a chief executive remains not convinced of the first test results.
  5. Aside from bogus food passes, logos of hospitals are illegally being used by many private car owners, who pass through checkpoints in Baguio and La Trinidad.
  6. There is a noted increase in the number of motorcycle bikers in the localities, who think they are on the racetrack, which endangers even motorists observing defensive driving.
  7. The Bontoc LGU is taking a precautionary measure when it sealed off a barangay after an elderly with medical condition died days after she went home to her village.
  8. A factory is being alleged to be the source of harmful chemicals indiscriminately released along the creek near Loakan Airport while residents are being quarantined.
  9. Stranded residents, though safe from the Covid-19 are wondering why OFWs are given priority in entering the city when they are vulnerable to the infection.
  10. This Cordillera province will most likely accept suspect Covid-19 patients in its main hospital after it recently received a multi-million fund for its Covid preparations.
  11. DSWD must verify allegations hurled against an Apayao town that deducts P1,500 from the SAP fund, as the same will be given to the beneficiaries latter part of 2020.
  12. Barangay officials continue to receive public criticisms over the SAP funds when the screening of recipients and disbursement of resources is not within their power.