Comedienne Gladys Guevarra reacts to netizens’ rage over her mass testing objection
Actress and comedienne Gladys Guevarra have reacted to the ire of netizens over her objection with the mass testing.
Recently, the 43-year-old comedienne dominated online with regards to her statement about mass testing, a government aid addressing the widespread of coronavirus disease or COVID-19.
Here’s a portion of her Facebook post about the said mass testing.
“Ano ba kase ang magagawa rin ng Mass testing? Matanong ko lang. eh kahit mag Mass testing, kung wala pa naiimbentong Vaccine, ano gagawin?”, she quipped.
The Suday PinaSaya mainstay belived that the government must focus on the distribution of reliefs instead of the mass testing.
The Facebook post which generated numerous reactions quenched up to the netizen’s ire.
In a report published by the Philippine Entertainment Portal, some netizens claimed that mass testing is essential in order to track people infected with coronavirus disease.
In a separate Facebook post, Gladys Guevarra stressed that, “Magkakaiba man opinyon natin, pare-pareho lang tayo walang gusto ma-harm. Mali lang siguro mga pagkakaintindi natin.
Meanwhile, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque noted in a statement that the mass testing which he termed as “expanded targeted testing” may accommodate 30,000 tests per day which will take place starting May 30, 2020.
“Now that we have opened up the economy, we need really to isolate, locate, and cure those with COVID-19 before the economy opens any further,” he said in a press briefing last May 19.
As of May 8, 2020, the country has conducted 7,300 COVID-19 tests daily.
The report added that there are 20 accredited lab facilities in the Philippines which has the capacity to test 12,000 persons on a daily basis and 50 more labs will be added at the end of May.