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Aiko Melendez, Mikoy Morales reacts to PH pandemic problems

As of March 31, 2021, the Philippines have 747 288 confirmed cases since the pandemic started, with March having a surge of daily cases reaching up to 10 000.

Actors Aiko Melendez and Mikoy Morales reacted and shared their thoughts on the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

In the media conference for their upcoming episodes in GMA Network’s anthology series, I Can See You, Melendez said that we have a bigger God than the pandemic. Morales, on the other hand, hopes for a future with accountability.



Melendez highlighted the need for the vaccine and for front liners to receive priority.

“As of now, what we need is the vaccine to make things better. We’re all waiting for that. But of course, our government has a priority list for that, for the front liners should be in line,” said Melendez.

She then said that we have a bigger God than the COVID-19 virus and urged people to practice faith even more. She also called for unity amid the pandemic.

“I’m praying na this too shall pass. We have a bigger God than this virus. If God wants to take this virus away, he can anytime. Let’s practice our faith even more now. Let’s keep on praying. This is a great time for our country to be united and not be/ divided,” said Melendez.

As for Morales, he hopes the Filipino’s will learn from the past mistakes. He also pointed out how Filipino’s easily forget the errors of the past.

“Sana sa future matuto na tayo. Matuto na tayo as a people, Kasi may sakit ‘yung bansa natin, ‘yung culture na natin na parang when you always get suppressed, lagi tayong nakakalimot.

“But mayroon kasi tayong tendency na okay kapag naging okay na ‘yung pandemic, naging lax na ulit, naging mapagpatawad na tayo. Okay na lahat, nakalimutan na natin ‘yung mga ginawa nung mga taong hindi naman nila dapat ginawa. Lalo na ‘yung mga nagle-lead sa atin ngayon,” said Morales.

Morales hopes that we learn from what happened during the pandemic. He also hopes there would be accountability in the future.

“Sana matuto na tayo. I’d like to see a future na meron ng accountability dun sa mga taong dapat singilin,” said Morales.

As of March 31, 2021, the Philippines have 747 288 confirmed cases since the pandemic started, with March having a surge of daily cases reaching up to 10 000. It resulted in Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, and Rizal reverting to Enhanced Community Quarantine.



Miguel Tanfelix and Kyline Alcantara top-bills the newest episodes of the I Can See You: #Future. Alongside them are Melendez, Gabby Eigenmann, Morales, and Dani Porter. Directed by Director Dominic Zapata, I Can See You: #Future airs this April 5, 2021, right after First Yaya on GMA Network.

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