- A netizen's post about a soldier who is currently a frontliner has recently gone viral on social media
- In the video, the man could be seen unable to approach his family as he left them packs of goods and other essentials
- The netizen also shared that the man traveled from Manila to Laguna just to provide for his family
- The said post elicited various reactions and comments from netizens on social media after its posting
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A netizen's online post about a soldier who is currently a frontliner against COVID-19 has recently gone viral on social media.
KAMI also learned that the netizen shared that the man has not been able to come home for a month already due to his role as a frontliner.
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In her online post, Sheryll wrote, "A soldier, a frontliner and a father of four, who give sacrifice not seeing his family for a month. Surprisingly he came back to his family and his children were so happy."
In the video, a man wearing a military uniform could be seen dropping packs of foods and other essentials on the ground as he is unable to approach his family.
The man could then be seen waving goodbye to his children who are watching him through the window.
Sheryll also shared that the man travelled from Manila to Laguna to provide for his family, "Alam niyo ba kung ano laman ng timba? Fresh na isda. Nilagay niya sa upuan ng motor na may yelo.
"From Manila to Laguna, binyahe niya yan lahat. Pasalubong niya sa pamilya niya."
The said post elicited various reactions and comments from netizens on social media after its posting.
"Thank you po Sir. I salute all your hardship."
'It's heartbreaking to see this. I feel there's so much love and longing to be with each other."
"Sobra naiiyak ako dito. Di man lang niya nagawang mayakap ang mga anak niya. Salute to all frontliners."
"Naiyak ako. Kuya! saludo ako sayo. Kaya ang kapalit ng hirap at pagtyatyaga nyo ay ang pagsunod ssla gobyerno. We will stay at home."
As reported earlier by KAMI, the enhanced community quarantine was recently extended until April 30. Following this news, various checkpoints have been placed in the Philippines. A video of a woman arguing with the frontliners at one of the checkpoint areas has recently gone viral online.
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