29 Jan 2020 – Scenes after lunar new year Salespersons and food shops crew, as well as cleaning personnel, of a name mall along Edsa are not wearing masks despite the large number of customers they are exposed to. [Read more]

Published by NTUCPHL Date posted on February 9, 2020

29 Jan 2020 – Scenes after lunar new year

Salespersons and food shops crew, as well as cleaning personnel, of a name mall along Edsa are not wearing masks despite the large number of customers they are exposed to. [Read more] WHO and DOH have cautioned people to avoid crowds. These workers have no chance to avoid crowds of customers.

Seniors lined up before an empanada kiosk at lunchtime indicate the kind of nutrition some of them could afford.

Ngayon, after the holidays, mas maraming salespersons nakatingin sa kawalan, or salespersons discussing another salesperson staring into nothingness …

The imported rice, previously P37 per kilo, has reappeared after a few weeks, now priced at P35 per kilo.

Traffic around some segments of Edsa is noticeably lighter than before. Grab drivers confirm. The nCoV threat appears to be easing Edsa traffic faster than those (disruptive) infrastructure projects.

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