Effective Response of the Philippine Government in COVID-19 Virus

Effective Response of the Philippine Government in COVID-19 Virus

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Chantal Limtage Chavez started this petition to Students of Holy Trinity Academy and

This virus has been affecting our lives for about a year now. The government implemented lockdown and loan money to respond to the needs of some Filipino families. However, with all the lockdowns, the COVID-19 virus is still increasing. To the point that it reached 747k and our economy goes down in just a year. The government doesn't put a lot of its efforts into devising a plan to have an effective response to this virus. They even managed to put dolomite sand in Manila Bay instead of investing all the money in hospitals and researchers to find a cure for this virus. Also, in those lockdowns, what they did is just blame people. The government should not waste its time blaming people. Instead, they should put their time and effort into protecting the citizens. The first thing the government should have done is the travel ban instead of lockdown because, in the first place, we have this virus in our country because of the people traveling in and out of our country. What the people and the Philippines need now is for an effective response from the government, fewer lockdowns but a more effective response rather than locking people in their houses. The government should invest more money in vaccines and assisting hospitals. The people of the government should also play fair in this pandemic and should not use their positions to get their covid test results as soon as they want to because other people wait for their results fairly. Having an effective response from our government means a lot to us because having an effective response means going back to our old living style that has no virus, and people don't need to put on masks and face shields when we go out.

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