- Senators Migz Zubiri and Sonny Angara went back to work after they survived the coronavirus disease or COVID-19
- Senator Zubiri said that he attended the Senate hearing for the Bayanihan Act 2 bill
- He also shared a photo with Angara and called themselves as the “Quarantine Boys”
- The Senator also quipped that some people tried to avoid them after they acquired the disease
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After battling against the coronavirus disease or COVID-19, Senator Juan Miguel “Migz” Zubiri shared that he returned to work on Monday.
KAMI learned that Zubiri shared a photo with his good friend, Senator Sonny Angara, who also survived COVID-19.
In a Facebook post, Zubiri referred to him and Angara as the “Quarantine Boys.” He shared that he attended a Senate hearing today regarding the passage of Bayanihan to Heal as One Act 2 amid the COVID-19 crisis.
“Quarantine Boys back at work at the Senate today trying to pass the Bayanihan 2 bill,” he said.
“Parang walang gustong lumapit sa aming dalawa haha joke lang,” he added.
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Angara and Zubiri were among the three senators who tested positive for COVID-19. Senator Koko Pimentel also tested positive for coronavirus.
In a previous report by KAMI, Zubiri also shared tips on how to survive the coronavirus disease and detailed his experience as a patient.
Juan Miguel Zubiri is a businessman and a politician. He served three consecutive terms at the House of Representatives before he entered the Senate.
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