- COVID-19 has brought about several changes to the daily lives and routines of the people
- Nowadays, several health protocols around the world are being followed to ensure the safety of everyone
- Just recently, a photo of two women in the "palengke" have recently gone viral all over social media
- The said photos also prompted netizens to air their thoughts and opinions out over their "face masks"
The pandemic has brought several health protocol implementations across the globe.
From getting RT-PCR tests to wearing face masks and shields at all times are just some of the common health protocols being practiced all over the world.
Just recently, KAMI learned that photos of two women buying stuff at the market have gone viral all over social media.
In Metro Headlines' Facebook page, they wrote, "Kauna unahang dalawang Pilipinang astronaut dumating na sa palengke."
They then shared a photo of two women wearing powered air-purifying respirators much to the amusement of the online community.
This, however, sparked a mini-debate among netizens, with some making hilarious comments over the photo and with some people defending the women's decision to use such protection.
"There's no such thing as "OA" when it comes to your safety. Covid-19 is a serious threat. Protection is better than cure. Stay safe!"
"Huwag tawanan, sa halip hangaan, kasi iniisip nila ang kalusugan ng buong pamilya nila, di lang kanilang sarili."
"Di po katawa tawa safe po yan gamitin mahal po yan. Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR) doctor po madalas gumagamit niyan sana lahat ng frontliner ganyan gamit."
"Natawa ako pero proud ako sa ginawa nila, sila yung mga taong totoong may pag iisip. Pag iisip na pag uwi sa pamilya hindi sila nahawahan ng COVID na mula sa iba."
"Mas okay na yung ganyan, mukhang astronaut pupunta lang ng palengke. Para safe. Yung ibang kapitbahay namin na ang aga aga walang face mask pupunta ng MARS, para makipag chismisan lang."
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As reported earlier by KAMI, a video of a woman getting a nasal swab test for the coronavirus has gone viral all over social media.
Meanwhile, a policeman in Cavite has denied that they asked one of the late curfew violators to do 300 push-ups as a form of punishment.
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