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Duterte 'inclined' to extend Luzon lockdown until April 30

'Tingnan natin,' President Rodrigo Duterte says less than a week before the Luzon lockdown is supposed to end on April 12

4/6/2020 6:57:00 PM

'Tingnan natin,' President Rodrigo Duterte says less than a week before the LuzonLockdown is supposed to end on April 12. COVID19PH

'Tingnan natin,' President Rodrigo Duterte says less than a week before the Luzon lockdown is supposed to end on April 12

Updated 11:55 PM, April 06, 2020OUTBREAK RESPONSE. President Rodrigo Duterte gives updates on the government's efforts to address the coronavirus outbreak on April 6, 2020. Malacañang photoMANILA, Philippines – With only days to go before the Luzon lockdown ends on Sunday, April 12, President Rodrigo Duterte said he is"inclined" to extend quarantine measures until the end of April.

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"We are inclined to extend the lockdown until April 30.Tingnan natin(Let's see)," Duterte said on Monday night, April 6, in the final minutes of his televised briefing.Before delivering his statement, Duterte said he did not know if the status of the coronavirus outbreak in the Philippines has improved, as the situation changes"hourly."

There is only less than a week to go before the lockdown for the Philippines' largest island group ends on Easter Sunday, April 12. The lockdown has been in place since March 17 to prevent the spread of the.How is the outbreak in the country?The number of coronavirus cases in the country has surged in the past 3 weeks since the lockdown began. From 187 cases on March 17, there are now

3,660 casesas of April 6.Health officials described the rise in cases as"artificial," attributing it to the increased number of tests being done.Yet without mass testing and the Philippines' testing capacity hampered by backlogs, experts have warned that current data do not show an accurate and timely picture of the virus' spread in the country. The backlogs, former health secretary Manuel Dayrit said, mean current data released are about 7 to 10 days late – which is roughly how long it takes to receive test results.

Health experts have also said it is still too early to tell if strict quarantine measures have been effective in stopping the virus from spreading.They projected cases could peak by mid-April, the original end date of the Luzon lockdown.What's next?

The government's coronavirus task force has not yet provided a definite date when they will announce the fate of the lockdown.Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles, spokesperson of the task force, said a subgroup led by the Department of Health is still assessing effects of the lockdown on coronavirus cases.

In making the decision, the government will need to balance preventing a deadly surge in coronavirus cases and restarting the economy, as the poor gohungry.Duterte said on Monday that the government's P200-billion allocation for social amelioration programs will not be enough to help low-income families through the lockdown.

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The President will have the final say on whether or not the lockdown will be extended, modified, or lifted. Read more: Rappler »

He should extend if he wants to continue saving lives. cooperation ang kailangan dito hindi puro pang babash..🤔 To extend or modify the lockdown is not an easy matter to decide. All the sectors are affected. The President being the father of the nation knows what is best for us. We will surely follow him.

Pwede bang mga economic managers na lang nya ang magsalita? So we know the real score on the country's sources of funds. Evidence 32,328 ng kabobohan ni Duterte. Magaanounce ng extension ng lockdown a day before. Ito ang equivalent ng pagyaya ng biglaang inuman ng tropa. Ang resulta? 'Sige, try ko.' Tapos di pupunta. Tingnan natin kung effective ang extension.

Bobo namputa. How about Visayas ang Mindanao? Like we are still part of the Philippines' area of responsibility right? I know the positive cases are small but prevention is still best right? Are we going to wait for it to spread nationwide? Wala pong problem na sumunod tayo na ma'extend ang LOCKDOWN. Pero til now wala parin kaming natatanggap na assistance from the Government like relief goods.

I have received news they want to keep on going for much longer. Wow Yan lang ba nacapture nyo sa dami ng sinabi nya? Kamote

Duterte ‘inclined’ to extend Luzon-wide quarantine until April 30The Duterte administration is inclined to extend the Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine until April 30 as the government continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, President Rodrigo Duterte said in a televised address on Monday. | KAguilarINQ KAguilarINQ May be so... KAguilarINQ No problem to extend the LOCKDOWN as per instructions. Pero til now wala parin kaming natatanggap na assistance from Government like relief goods. VicoSotto PasigInfo KAguilarINQ keepsafe everyone especially kay tatay digong💖

PNP gears up for imminent extension of Luzon-wide quarantineMANILA, Philippines — Even if the government has yet to decide on the extension or expansion of the Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine, the Philippine National Police (PNP) said Monday it is DYGalvezINQ There are responsibilities implied on extending the lockdown. DYGalvezINQ Decide for the benefit of your populace. This is urgent! We can't use probability.....

Duterte ‘inclined’ to extend Luzon-wide quarantine until April 30The Duterte administration is inclined to extend the Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine until April 30 as the government continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, President Rodrigo Duterte said in a televised address on Monday. | KAguilarINQ KAguilarINQ May be so... KAguilarINQ No problem to extend the LOCKDOWN as per instructions. Pero til now wala parin kaming natatanggap na assistance from Government like relief goods. VicoSotto PasigInfo KAguilarINQ keepsafe everyone especially kay tatay digong💖

Ashley Ortega hands out ready-to-eat meals to homeless peopleAshley Ortega joins the list of celebrities extending a helping hand to families affected by the Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine.

'Modified' community quarantine can be explored to flatten COVID-19 curve – studyA study from the University of the Philippines analyzes 3 possible scenarios after April 12, the day Luzon's 'enhanced community quarantine' is expected to be lifted. COVID19PH Advance mag-isip.... 😂😂😂😂 Will depend on whether we can do testing to identify all these cases. Scary. That's 1 out of 427 person you know in MM is to be sensitively handled. Tama ba? 550,000/12,877,253 (2015 census)

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