- Marvin Agustin recently took to Twitter to express his bafflement regarding the new curfew being strictly implemented in NCR
- The actor explained that he was confused about the curfew and questioned why a curfew was being enforced at night when masses of people are still going out during the day
- The entrepreneur continued on to also jokingly ask in his tweet if the COVID-19 virus was on nightshift hence the curfew
- While some netizens agreed with the actor's sentiments, some netizens explained the reason behind the implementation of a curfew
Marvin Agustin recently tweeted a post that lambasted the new curfew being enforced in NCR due to the drastic rise in COVID-19 cases.
Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) recently announced that an 8 p.m.- 5 a.m. curfew will be implemented until April 14, 2021.
Like many others, the actor shared his feelings regarding the curfew and questioned how effective it will be in combating the spike in COVID-19 cases.
The chef and entrepreneur tweeted, "Nalilito ako. May curfew sa gabi para daw makaiwas sa COVID-19 pero sa umaga ang daming tao na labas. Ano ba ang virus? Nightshift?"
The tweet elicited a mixed response from netizens. Some netizens agreed with Marvin while others explained that the curfew was needed to curb the rise in cases.
I think to minimize lang the risk. Minimize the possible exposure. Since kapag-gabi it is better to stay at home if wala namang work. Isa pa, usually yung mga lumalabas kapag-gabi, hangout/night out lang naman reason (except for those who work).
To lessen the needed frontliners na magbabantay at night, makapagpahinga naman sila. And avoid NON-essential activities like partying, get-togethers after hours.
Para yan hindi kayo pumunta sa night clubs, drinking session, at kung ano ano pang aktibidades na hindi work or trabaho.
Mas nakakalito yung may curfew na nga hindi parin sumusunod. Napakatigas ng ulo.
Marvin Jay Marquez Cuyugan, better known by his stage name, Marvin Agustin is a Filipino actor, chef and entrepreneur. He is an actor, known for Ang tanging Ina (2003), Kutob (2005) and Flames: The Movie (1997).
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