TRUE OR FALSE
- Two LGUs seemed to have adopted the “no mass testing, no problem” approach following the continued surge of Covid-19 cases in the localities.
- Residents were caught by surprise when the medical certificate requirement was reinstated just as their LGUs announced entry to Baguio is unrestricted.
- Many of those who first registered in the BIMP of City Hall are hoping the city will fulfill its promise they will be prioritized in the vaccination rollout.
- Countless residents have secured medical certificates to be able to cross the BLISTT borders after not declaring the true state of their health in the HDF.
- Unlike the other employees of this LGU, who like to flaunt their assets, this politician’s aide still borrows a car when he has recently bought a new SUV.
- A letter of appeal from a self-styled lawyer asking the city to allow passage of vegetable dealers was simply ignored since these dealers have food passes.
- One of the well-loved political leaders in the Cordillera has opted to remain silent on his political plans despite efforts to convince him to run next year.
- This ranking government official and his advisers are not being accused of extortion for demanding payment for a bilateral agreement to continue.
- Many frontliners were dismayed with the recent advisory of a chief executive easing restrictions and minimum health protocols such as use of face mask.
- The government’s delaying tactics in the procurement of anti-Covid-19 vaccines are being covered up by attacks on leaders known as government critics.
- It appears the homebase of communist insurgency is in the hometown of this Malacañang official, that’s why it will get a billion of the NTF-ELCAC funding.
- Some of those who attended a gathering of people to support a leader from the south could testify the event was not testing the waters for the 2022 polls.