Ginulpi, binugbog, tinadyakan, pinagsisipa at pinagpapalo ang isang tindero dahil sa QUARANTINE violation – no face mask, illegal vendor at hindi taga Barangay South Triangle, Quezon City. Sabi ng Human Right Commission na hindi naman kriminal yung binugbog at dapat ginamitan ng MAXIMUM TOLERANCE sapagkat isyung pangkalusugan naman ang pinatutupad at hindi tungkol sa seguridad. Iba talaga ang Kyusi, number one na sa dami ng kaso sa lahat ng lungsod sa buong Pilipinas, number one din sa KAPALPAKAN. FAILURE of LEADERSHIP kaya nga ang dating DILG Secretary na si Rafael Alunan ay iminungkahi na i-TAKEOVER na ng IATF ang pamamahala sa Quezon City.
Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, April 28) — The total number of COVID-19 cases in Quezon City is now at 1,261, according to the Department of Health Monday.
The city government has recorded 155 recoveries, and 125 deaths from the respiratory disease.
The total number of confirmed cases with complete addresses in Quezon City is now at 1033, while the total number of validated cases by the QC Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit and District Health Offices (QCESU) is at 850.
Swab tests have been continuously conducted in the city’s community-based testing centers, and local government hospitals, as well as by the QCESU.
Fifty-four residents were also apprehended for violating quarantine protocols.
The DOH recorded 198 new cases of the fatal disease on Monday, as the country’s confirmed cases rise to 7,777.
The total number of recoveries nationwide is now at 932, while the death toll increased to 511.