Jason Abalos calls out government, "May panahon pa kayong mag-joke?"

Jason Abalos calls out government, "May panahon pa kayong mag-joke?"

- The crisis in the country reached unprecedented heights, with many losing jobs due to the lockdown and with COVID cases continually rising

- Jason Abalos reacted to the report of Joseph Morong about Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque stating that the President was just joking regarding his statement on using gasoline as a disinfectant

- In a Twitter post, the actor stated that his friend, who was a pediatric surgeon died of COVID-19 and yet the government has the time to joke

- His strongest words that sum up his state of emotions was, "Pagbabago ang ginusto ko [nung] binoto kita hindi panggag*go!"

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Jason Abalos may have just aired out or summed up the sentiments of many of his fellow celebs, or maybe even those who felt disheartened with the current situation of the country.

The celeb reacted to a post of a reporter, Joseph Morong, wherein Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque clarified President Rodrigo Duterte's statement on using gasoline to disinfect face masks as a means to prevent contracting the dreaded virus.

Apparently irked, he took to Twitter and called out the government.

"Joke talaga [‘to] sila! [face palm emoji]," tweeted Jason.

Jason Abalos calls out government, "May panahon pa kayong mag-joke?"
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He then added that his pediatric surgeon friend died, and yet they have the time to make a joke.

"Namatay ang kaibigan kong pediatric surgeon dahil sa [COVID], tapos may panahon pa kayong mag joke? Pagbabago ang ginusto ko nong binoto kita hindi panggag*go!"

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Doctors have died after being infected with COVID-19. They are among the frontliners who attend to the patients rushing to hospitals amid pandemic.

Frontliners express their fears and the difficulties that they go through at the hospital especially with the ongoing crisis.

The COVID-19 outbreak started out in Wuhan, Hubei Province of China. Scientists believed that the virus came from an animal at one of Wuhan's wet markets. The Philippines has slowly eased quarantine measures and Filipinos are starting to adapt to the new normal.

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