Netizens salute millennial who used his salary to distribute relief packs

Netizens salute millennial who used his salary to distribute relief packs

- Netizens praised a millennial who showed kindness amidst the coronavirus scare

- They commended Sangguniang Kabataan Chairman Reymark Solema who used his own salary to buy rice and hygiene kits for his barangay

- His SK members also helped him distribute the relief packs he funded

- Flyers on how to avoid the virus, face mask, soap, alcohol, and disinfectant are among those included in the relief packs

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People on social media are praising a Sangguniang Kabataan chairman from a barangay in Biñan City, Laguna because of his kind deed amidst the coronavirus scare.

In a social media post by The Philippine Star, netizens gave positive comments to SK Chairman Reymark Solema who used his own salary to buy rice and hygiene kits for Barangay SoroSoro residents.

According to the post, SK members of the said barangay in Laguna distributed rice and hygiene kits to residents in a bid to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in their barangay.

The relief packs, funded by Reymark, include flyers on how to avoid the virus, face mask, soap, alcohol, and disinfectant.

Reymark and the rest of the SK members then received positive comments from the netizens.

“Sana lahat ng SK kagaya mo.. May initiative.”
“101% SK millennial.”
“Great job SK Chairman Reymark Solema!”
“Kudos Sks of Binan.God bless u all Guys...”
“Gling nmn nila sna tularan cla ng ibang SK ng ibang lugar.”
“We're so proud of you Reymark Remigio Solema of SK ng barangay Soro-soro. Congratulations, you're so kind and with a good heart! God bless you more!”

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In a previous report by KAMI, a video of people trying to get “relief good stubs” in a disorderly manner went viral.

President Rodrigo Duterte announced earlier that as of March 17, the entire Luzon is placed under an 'enhanced community quarantine'.

This was declared after the country was put under the Code Red Sublevel 2 due to the confirmed community transmission of the coronavirus.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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