Raffy Tulfo, nag-positive sa COVID-19 ang personal driver; Idol magsi-self quarantine ng 14 days
- Raffy Tulfo announced through a telephone call to his staff at Raffy Tulfo In Action (RTIA) he would go on self-quarantine for 14 days
- The popular radio anchor said that he will remain isolated inside his room for the duration of that period
- He also said he will continue to be active on RTIA via telephone for the meantime
- Idol Raffy came to this decision after the COVID-19 test of his personal driver came out positive
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Idol Raffy Tulfo of the popular show, Raffy Tulfo In Action, announced last night through a telephone call to his RTIA staff that he will go on self-quarantine for 14 days.
He said that he will continue to be on the show, albeit only through telephone as he will remain isolated inside his room.
Earlier, his driver complained of having flu-like symptoms, which is why when both he and Raffy arrived home, the radio anchor asked his driver to isolate himself.
The following morning, both submitted themselves to a COVID-19 swab test at the St. Luke’s Medical Center.
After a couple of hours, the test results came out with Raffy’s driver showing positive for COVID-19 infection.
Idol Raffy’s result, on the other hand, came out negative but to be safe, he decided to go on a 14-self-quarantine.
During his public announcement of what happened, Tulfo also took the opportunity to call on companies in the Philippines, whether public or private, to be open to their employees.
He asked these companies to immediately inform their employees if there is a positive case among them.
Tulfo also revealed that he has asked the management of TV5 to do this and they agreed to his suggestion.
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Rafael "Raffy" Teshiba Tulfo, better known as Idol Raffy, is a famous Filipino broadcast journalist, columnist, radio presenter and television personality whose work focuses on government and private sector issues. He was born on March 12, 1960. Idol Raffy has a weekday afternoon radio program entitled Wanted sa Radyo on Radyo5 92.3 News FM with Sharee Roman. The program focuses on aiding the poor and marginalized with domestic affairs and societal injustices.
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Recently, Idol Raffy celebrated his birthday in style with a gorgeous plantito-themed surprise party. The broadcast journalist shared that he was not expecting such a lavish party as his wife, Jocelyn, has downplayed the grandeur of the celebration. Raffy seemed to be in awe of the way the venue was set-up and even said that it feels like their in a kingdom. The popular television personality also admitted that he had never had such a classy birthday party set-up before.
Just hours before he made the announcement about his personal driver turning out positive for COVID-19, Idol Raffy lambasted DOH Secretary Francisco Duque. The popular anchor said that Duque should ensure proper distribution of COVID vaccines to Filipinos. Tulfo expressed frustration and alarm that countries poorer than the Philippines were able to distribute vaccines to their citizenry.
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