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    #2701
    Quote Originally Posted by madball View Post
    Ayaw lang talaga gumastos ng gobyerno para sa ayuda. Most likely sa build build build mapupunta yung natirang pondo sa covid war chest. That's what Duterte's economic managers and allies are so concerned about. Ayaw nilang maantala yun.
    They should give some to the people. The people need it, and babalik din naman sa economy kahit paano yung pera. If you give it to the poor, there's almost a 100% chance they will spend it on essentials immediately because they don't have any savings.

    In the US they gave checks to big companies. The companies just pocketed the money, maybe to offset losses. So di rin bumalik sa economy yung pera.

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    #2702
    Quote Originally Posted by Wh1stl3r View Post
    They should give some to the people. The people need it, and babalik din naman sa economy kahit paano yung pera. If you give it to the poor, there's almost a 100% chance they will spend it on essentials immediately because they don't have any savings.

    In the US they gave checks to big companies. The companies just pocketed the money, maybe to offset losses. So di rin bumalik sa economy yung pera.


    yun na nga

    diba noong ECQ meron 5000 pesos from DOLE

    meron small business wage subsidy (SBWS) from SSS

    yan lagi ko pinopost -- dapat bigyan ng gobyerno ng pera ang mga nawalan ng trabaho para may pang grocery pam-palengke

    gagastusin nila yan iikot ang pera

    pero bitin... wala na ayuda

    ung iba di na nga nakatanggap ng 2nd tranche

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    #2703
    Quote Originally Posted by Wh1stl3r View Post
    They should give some to the people. The people need it, and babalik din naman sa economy kahit paano yung pera. If you give it to the poor, there's almost a 100% chance they will spend it on essentials immediately because they don't have any savings.

    In the US they gave checks to big companies. The companies just pocketed the money, maybe to offset losses. So di rin bumalik sa economy yung pera.
    The US gave 1200 dollar checks to citizens

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    #2704

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    #2705
    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post
    well,
    i'm not surprised.
    after all, philhealth's actuary dept. did not take into account the new disease of covid.

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    #2706
    Quote Originally Posted by Monseratto View Post


    e yung SSS and GSIS hindi ba babagsak? They are like a pyramiding scheme company, what if the younger working population cannot find jobs? Who will subsidize the retirees?

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    #2707
    Buti nakakuha ako lump sum sa philheath 2 years ago. Sana naman wag sila magsara, 8 years pa para sa lump sum ulit

    Sent from my LG-H990 using Tapatalk

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    #2708
    ngayon ko lang nakita napikon si joey concepcion sa healthcare workers. hahahahaha

    " I dont want to debate with the medical doctors Thats their opinion and I leave it up to them"

    "Frequent testing is important eh. You may test negative today but a week after you can test positive"

    About PCR vs Rapid Test.

    magastos kasi yang PCR.

    - - -

    For the economy to move eh there is cheaper and more effective na paraan. The kagalingan's way...

    To lessen this testing eh ipa stay-in mga nagwowork na walang customer na hinaharap. Wag nyo din palalabasin. Hatarin ng pagkain.

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    #2709
    i wonder w/c gov't arm will handle the large scale distribution of this aid package. the dswd hasn't been successful in handing over the 2nd tranche of the sap to its target recipients w/c was planned to be completed by the end of last month.

    Philippines secures $6-B COVID-19 aid from UN, largest since Yolanda | Philstar.com

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    #2710
    Jollibee


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