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33% 753 votes
67% 1534 votes
2287 people voted
Yes, the current arrangement seems best to prevent the spread of... 1290 votes

Yes, the current arrangement seems best to prevent the spread of COVID-19
56%
Yes, the current arrangement seems best to prevent the spread of COVID-19
Yes, but it should be modified on provincial, city or barangay... 863 votes

Yes, but it should be modified on provincial, city or barangay levels as necessary
38%
Yes, but it should be modified on provincial, city or barangay levels as necessary
No, many people are unable to work and make ends meet 117 votes

No, many people are unable to work and make ends meet
5%
Others 17 votes

Others
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Nolei1995

Nolei1995

  Yes, It should and a must.
J5751834n

J5751834n

  Yes, but we need to modified it to help our people who have no jobs
D2474432

D2474432

  Whether you like it or not, this has something to do with GOD'S WILL. He was the best author of this post-apocalyptic book in this darkest time, which consists of many pages before the last one comes. So we all have a long way to go before we reach the last page. We never know what other frightening plans He has written on the book for us. NOT INTENDED TO SCARE YOU, BUT A WARNING. SO REPENT AND BE PREPARED!
D2474432

D2474432

  It doesn't mean, though the infection rate has decreased, everyone is safe and go back to their normal life, nope! The only reason why the infection rate lowers down was that quarantine was imposed by the govt (until ignored by these unruly junk-headed people), and at that time people followed. In other words, the infection rate lowers when people stayed at home, but, once this order is lifted, the infection rate would inevitably arise in a nick of time. The curve will not be flattened until next year when this virus stays on our planet for good. As a matter of fact, this pandemic hasn't reached its most peak, or if it does, we must expect the unexpected part which is very scary!
IvoLashford

IvoLashford

  Other than having different types of lockdowns, people must understand that the government is doing this to prevent further problems such as saturation of the health systems capacities, most importantly to stop people from dying as what we have already seen in other countries with lower than standard approach to fight COVID. In addition, Philippines is an archipelago which challenges health deliver systems most specially to remote areas, and we might not know how to handle it if the pandemic reach such places.
D2474432

D2474432

  Definitely, yes! These people have hard nutshells, provided that the government implemented a stay-at-home order, but this has been ignored by many, which insofar upheld the risk of sporadic spread of infectious disease caused by said virus. The govt needs to take heed not to be complacent enough on lifting the quarantine as this wouldn't help save lives, rather, bring more people contagious to virus.
l4346263j

l4346263j

  yes to safe and stop the covid19
M2050278d

M2050278d

  Yes, we must extend another ECQ to stop the spread and contamination of disease. Perhaps, Its for our own good.
louisefrancisco

louisefrancisco

  Let us always put in mind that Health is always the topmost priority in this pandemic. We all encounter different problems and challenges everyday, so as struggles due to the EQC, however we can't just simply consider lifting the ECQ as a solution to these problems. I think that to extend the ECQ is a good idea since our country did not conduct Mass Testing to all cities and provinces in the Philippines yet. If we plan to flatten the curve, then Mass Testing to all regions is a must. It might appear very costly since we're all aware that we lack CoVid-19 Testing Kits, but it is how it should be done. This scientific method is very reliable, but difficult in our case at the same, so what's the best thing for us to do in the meantime, considering the availability of materials? To stay healthy at home, and pray.

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