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    #2111
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    Taiwan

    isang member ng kanilang CDC member pala ng isang forum

    may doctor/s taga China nag post sa forum na meron pneumonia virus sa China

    so itong Taiwan guy inalerto ang gobyerno nila

    isa yan sa iba't ibang reason bakit maaga ang response ng Taiwan
    Blame no one sa virus kasi wala namang may gustong mangyari eto, unless...

    Pero we can blame the govt for their inaction and complacency during jan and feb when other countries are banning flights left and right. Tayo, our gov welcomed flights with open arms.

    Also, walang OT dito missy kasi economy and politics was and always will be intertwined.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlancNoir View Post
    Blame no one sa virus kasi wala namang may gustong mangyari eto, unless...

    Pero we can blame the govt for their inaction and complacency during jan and feb when other countries are banning flights left and right. Tayo, our gov welcomed flights with open arms.

    Also, walang OT dito missy kasi economy and politics was and always will be intertwined.
    and didn't i say the gov't didn't take the virus seriously in jan-feb?

    the gov't had 2 months to prepare -- to increase testing capacity, healthcare capacity

    pero dahil di tayo tulad ng mga bansang may experience sa sars1 walang template ang gobyerno

    pumasok sa lockdown isa lang ang PCR lab

    walang quarantine centers
    Last edited by uls; June 4th, 2020 at 03:27 PM.

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    #2113
    Quote Originally Posted by BlancNoir View Post
    Blame no one sa virus kasi wala namang may gustong mangyari eto, unless...

    Pero we can blame the govt for their inaction and complacency during jan and feb when other countries are banning flights left and right. Tayo, our gov welcomed flights with open arms.

    Also, walang OT dito missy kasi economy and politics was and always will be intertwined.

    well hinihintay ko parin ang sagot ng mga politically biased

    kung para sa kanila mali ung pag uutang ng gobyerno at pagbibigay ng cash sa mamamayan para may pang gastos habang walang trabaho

    (the cash replaced lost income of no-work-no-pay... that cash got spent into circulation which kept kept some businesses alive)

    so ano ang alternatibo?

    wala pa sumasagot
    Last edited by uls; June 4th, 2020 at 03:25 PM.

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    #2114
    Quote Originally Posted by BlancNoir View Post
    Blame no one sa virus kasi wala namang may gustong mangyari eto, unless...

    Pero we can blame the govt for their inaction and complacency during jan and feb when other countries are banning flights left and right. Tayo, our gov welcomed flights with open arms.

    Also, walang OT dito missy kasi economy and politics was and always will be intertwined.
    Errr d ba nag ban ng flight sa Taiwan and then the Taiwan government complained and then binawi ng Philippines government yung travel ban kasi natakot baka magalit ang Taiwan? Tama ba?

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    NCR had the most crippling lockdown in the world based of traffic data

    April:



    everything stopped dead

    the economy had a heart attack


    June GCQ:


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    #2116
    Quote Originally Posted by vinrem View Post
    Errr d ba nag ban ng flight sa Taiwan and then the Taiwan government complained and then binawi ng Philippines government yung travel ban kasi natakot baka magalit ang Taiwan? Tama ba?

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    One china my a** hahaha

    ibang klase rin mag isip gov kasi natin.

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    Eei:

    we are now 78-79% back to biz usual; challenge is recovering construction workers who went home to provinces (now at over 50%), also having difficulty moving supplies so we carry the cost of waiting
    very happy that govt is pushing to restart construction and infra projects; work cannot stop just because of crisis, industry follows a 10-year road map, we won’t just cut investments- the economy will bounce back, we need to prepare for that
    we are looking at a backlog of p63-b (as of april), we will be busy for the next 3 years even if 20% of projects are put on hold; no project has even been put on hold yet
    social distancing requirements may affect efficiency, instead of having 30 workers on 1 floor, we might have we might have to spread out schedule and do work at night, overtime so everyone will keep their job
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    Allowed naba international business trips for Pinoys?

    I see some PAL international flights to start from June 10, but no mention of the outbound travel restrictions from June 10.
    Ngayon ang allowed lang ay OFWs and foreigners for outbound travel.

    Tumanggap na ako ng labada, I have to travel.
    My local business is not going anywhere near pre lockdown health.

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    I think some tsikoteers believe the problem is not the "loan" but where the money goes.

    Yun first loan [diba 2nd loan na ito?] after the lockdown, AFAIK, there were no clear records or breakdown who shall receive the money or what dept or agencies will get it. Saan nga ba napunta yun?

    May ibang options din naman like pwede nilang gamitin yun "intelligence" fund ng PRES Office, pero this takes time yata, hindi basta basta pwede ilipat lang ang budget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c_cube View Post
    I think some tsikoteers believe the problem is not the "loan" but where the money goes.

    Yun first loan [diba 2nd loan na ito?] after the lockdown, AFAIK, there were no clear records or breakdown who shall receive the money or what dept or agencies will get it. Saan nga ba napunta yun?

    May ibang options din naman like pwede nilang gamitin yun "intelligence" fund ng PRES Office, pero this takes time yata, hindi basta basta pwede ilipat lang ang budget.

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    add to that they loaned another $500m? tapos sabay announce GCQ and wala ng ayuda since GCQ na.

    We need receipts and proof saan napupunta.

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