3 Indian nationals touched people's hearts by helping street vendors in QC

3 Indian nationals touched people's hearts by helping street vendors in QC

- Various people have recently shared their efforts to help those in need due to the COVID-19 outbreak in the Philippines

- Aside from local celebrities who've helped, foreign nationals have also started to help the locals in the country as well

- A video of three Indians helping vendors in Quezon City was recently captured on cam and was uploaded on social media

- It garnered various reactions and comments from netizens after its posting

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Despite the current situation of the Philippines due to the COVID-19 outbreak, various people have recently come forward to help the local citizens in their own ways.

Aside from local celebrities who've held charities and donated all sorts of important things to the frontliners against COVID-19, foreign nationals have also started to help as well.

KAMI learned that a viral video of three Indians helping Filipinos out has recently buzzed the online community after it was uploaded online.

In the video, the Indian nationals could be seen distributing packs of bread and water to the sidewalk vendors in Quezon City.

Furthermore, in ANC 24/7's post, one of the men said that the Indian nationals pitied the state of the vendors, "Awa sila, wala sila pagkain."

The said video also garnered various reactions and comments from netizens who praised the three Indians for their efforts to help the locals.

"Foreigners that love filipinos? So proud of you guys."
"God bless to them. They have a good heart."
"God bless you all. Just observe social distancing."
"Sila ang mga taong may mabubuting kalooban. Walang hinihinging kapalit. Pagpalain kayong lahat ng Panginoong Jesus."

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As reported earlier by KAMI, a netizen's post regarding the 'enhanced community quarantine' in the Philippines has recently gone viral on social media. The said post featured the people of a barangay in Antipolo City, Rizal.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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