- Erwin Tulfo called the attention of Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) over government workers he saw
- The radio host asked if government workers are “exempted” from following the COVID-19 protocols
- He also mentioned that “the law is the law” is only applied to ordinary citizens in the country
- Recently, the IATF allowed back-riding on motorcycles for married couples and frontliners as long as there is a barrier
Radio host and personality Erwin Tulfo aired his comments over the government workers who are not allegedly following the COVID-10 protocols in the country.
KAMI learned that Erwin questioned the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) if the safety protocols do not apply to government workers and officials.
In a viral Facebook post, the radio host called the attention of IATF to answer his queries.
“PAGING I-A-T-F!!! Exempted po ba talaga mga taga-gobyerno sa mga COVID protocols tulad ng bawal ang angkas ngayong MECQ???” he said in the post.
“O ok lang angkas kahit di mag-asawa at WALANG BARRIER???” he added.
Erwin also mentioned that “the law is the law” only applies to ordinary citizens in the country.
“Sabi ko na sa inyo ang “THE LAW IS THE LAW” ay para lang sa ating mga ordinaryong tao. Nampuchatalaga,” he said.
Erwin Tulfo is a famous Filipino anchor and broadcaster. He is the host of Tutok Tulfo and one of the news anchors of Aksyon. He is the brother of Ben Tulfo, Raffy Tulfo, Ramon Tulfo, and Wanda Tulfo Teo.
The government prohibited back-riding on motorcycles when the community quarantine was implemented. Later on, it was approved for married couples but a barrier should be placed in the middle. Now that the Metro Manila is under modified enhanced community quarantine, back-riding is also allowed for frontliners.
In a previous report by KAMI, actor Marco Gallo also shared a photo of a uniformed man riding a motorcycle with a back-ride but there was no barrier between them.
Meanwhile, a photo of a policeman riding on a motorcycle while hiding a person beneath him also went viral on social media.
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