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‘Dapat lahat tayo asymptomatic’: Alessandra de Rossi, Chynna Ortaleza worry about how dangerous ‘asymptomatics’ are, remind people to avoid contact with others

“Very true. Yung asymptomatic talaga na walang idea na meron, nakita lang sa swab test. PERO OK sya 100%. Kung di pa tinest, di nya malalaman ever. Dapat lahat tayo asymptomatic. Wala muna contact sa lahat kung maari. Paano ba maari?” de Rossi said.

Actresses Alessandra de Rossi and Chynna Ortaleza raised awareness on how dangerous asymptomatic COVID-19 patients are and reminded people to avoid close contact with others.

On Twitter, Chynna Ortaleza shared that she met more ‘positive asymptomatic’ than ‘positive symptomatic’ COVID-19 patients and said that it is a reason the current situation is very dangerous.

“Malaki ang learning ko sa mga kwento ng kaibigan o mga tao sa paligid namin tungkol sa behavior ng virus. Mas marami akong nakakausap na Positive Asymptomatic kesa sa Positive Symptomatic. Dito pa lang alam na natin kung gaano ka delikado ang sitwasyon.” she wrote.

[I learned a lot about the behavior of the virus from the stories of my friends and people around me. I have encountered more patients who are Positive Asymptomatic than those who are Positive Symptomatic. From this alone, we can know how dangerous the situation is.]

She then appealed to people to practice the different safety precautions to avoid contracting the virus.

https://twitter.com/ChynsOrtaleza/status/1291218147559710720?s=20

Chynna has been vocal with her opinions on her Twitter account. She promotes mass testing and expresses appreciation to frontliners.

https://twitter.com/ChynsOrtaleza/status/1289815390147604480?s=20

https://twitter.com/ChynsOrtaleza/status/1289414732982571009?s=20

Meanwhile, Alessandra de Rossi agreed and shared the tweet of Chynna. She also suggested that all of us should be considered ‘asymptomatics’.

https://twitter.com/msderossi/status/1291220146695135232?s=20

“Very true. Yung asymptomatic talaga na walang idea na meron, nakita lang sa swab test. PERO OK sya 100%. Kung di pa tinest, di nya malalaman ever. Dapat lahat tayo asymptomatic. Wala muna contact sa lahat kung maari. Paano ba maari?” de Rossi said.

On July 29, the country recorded ‘mass recovery’ as the Department of Health announced additional recovery 38,075 cases. However, these recoveries are just the result of the “Oplan Recovery”.

“As endorsed by clinical practice guidelines and our technical advisory groups, patients with mild or no symptoms are tagged as recovered 14 days from the date of onset of symptoms or by date specimen collection,” the DOH said.



“Current recovery policies show that at the 10th day of illness, the risk of transmitting the virus to other people is significantly reduced,” the health agency added.

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