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Jason Abalos expresses anger with coronavirus pandemic and the way government is handling it

Recently, the 35-year-old actor mourned the death of Dr. Leandro L. Resurreccion III who was his friend.

With the COVID-19 pandemic coupled with the local government’s inadequacies in handling it, Jason Abalos could not help but curse and express frustration via Twitter.

“Iniisip mo sitwasyon ng pilipinas at mga namumuno sa atin mapapa putang ina ka na lang,” the Kapuso star tweeted.

Recently, the 35-year-old actor mourned the death of Dr. Leandro L. Resurreccion III who was his friend. The doctor was a pediatric transplant surgeon working at the Philippine Children’s Medical Center.

On his Instagram, Jason shared that Dr. Leandro used to be his neighbor and they had the same interest in motorcycles. In the same post, he also revealed how Dr. Leandro was proud of his children.

He said: “Masaya siya na naka-motor lagi papunta sa mga hospital na pinapasukan nya, kasi sabi niya nag eenjoy daw siya, tipid na sa gas, walang traffic hindi pa mahirap sa parking. Mabait na tatay si Doc Jun, nag kwentuhan kami sa buhay, malalaman mo sa mga kwento niya kung gaano siya ka proud sa mga anak niya.”

This time, he took advantage to encourage his followers to stay at home, as this is the only and most effective way to help the frontliners as well as to contain the COVID-19.

He continued: “Ang hiling lang ng mga frontliners eh mag stay sa bahay para hindi na kumalat ang virus yan lang ang maitutulong natin sa kanila, buhay ang binubuwis nila para sa atin tulungan natin sila.”

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Moreover, when Jason praised the efforts of private sectors, he also make it a point to convey his message for the local government officials.



Jason said: “Ngayon naman po sa ating gobyerno na parang mas naasahan pa ang mga pribadong sector, kayo po na nakaupo, mas may kakayanan po kayo na tumulong bukod po sa yan ang trabaho niyo ang protektahan ang ating mamayanan. Nawawalan po tayo ng pamilya na kagaya ni Doc Jun.”

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