Duterte honors 'unnamed heroes' in coronavirus fight on Day of Valor COVID19
Aside from war veterans, Duterte said Filipinos can draw inspiration from COVID-19 health workers and frontliners "who despite great personal risk, continue to work so that we may all survive.""As we face this unprecedented public health emergency that threatens the very survival of our society, let us all draw strength from the heroism of the veterans of Bataan and the unnamed heroes in the fight against COVID-19," the President said.
President Duterte honors COVID-19 heroes on Araw ng Kagitingan this year @ABSCBNNews pic.twitter.com/X2Sx432ogE— Arianne Merez (@arianne_merez) April 9, 2020Among the "present-day heroes" cited by the President are medical professionals and health workers, military, police, and law enforcement personnel, firefighters, security guards, and frontliners in essential industries.
"May their example give us the courage and strength to endure this pandemic and rise as a stronger and more resilient nation," Duterte said.The Philippines marks on Thursday the 78th Araw ng Kagitingan which honors Filipino and American soldiers who fought side by side in Bataan during World War II.Read more: ABS-CBN News Channel »
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Philippines to honor COVID-19 health workers, frontliners on Day of ValorOkay, OA na Real heroes 👍💯 ANCALERTS I want to thank these people for the service that they do. Pero sana pagtapos ng krisis e mabigyan sila ng matinong sweldo at hindi lng palakpak. Kitang kita naman kung gaanong kaimportante sila sa bayan.
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