Lolit Solis, naglabas ng saloobin tungkol sa pandemya ngayon: "Covid is here to stay...huwag na matakot"

Lolit Solis, naglabas ng saloobin tungkol sa pandemya ngayon: "Covid is here to stay...huwag na matakot"

- Lolit Solis, in a lengthy Instagram post, shared her thoughts on the current pandemic affecting artists

- She said that getting infected with COVID during taping is something that one cannot entirely avoid

- The veteran columnist also said that obviously, lock-in tapings would allow several persons to be together in a single place for a long time

- Perhaps, the only thing that she is thankful about is that everyone understands the consequences or effects that COVID brings, and that since a lot of people have been vaccinated, one must not be afraid anymore

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Lolit Solis tells everyone not to be afraid of COVID anymore especially that almost everyone has already been vaccinated.

Lolit Solis, naglabas ng saloobin tungkol sa pandemya ngayon: "Covid is here to stay...huwag na matakot"
Photo: Lolit Solis (@akosilolitsolis)
Source: Instagram

She shared her thoughts on the pandemic on Instagram and even said that the possibility of getting infected during lock-in tapings is quite inevitable.

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"Siyempre sama sama kayo halos buong araw, linggo sa lock in, imposible magkaruon iyon isa na hindi mahawa iyon mga kasama. Pati nga mga taga news, halos lahat nag positive kaya kung pansin mo, iba iba halos ang newscaster every week."

She then said that now, quarantine is shorter and oftentimes, it is not serious anymore.

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"Covid is here to stay long, kaya labanan lang natin, huwag na tayo matakot, aalis din iyan at mawawala. Fight natin ang covid."

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