Paasa? Antipolo residents amused at #maypasok reminder of the Antipolo City Govt for the Asean summit
The Antipolo City government issued a timely reminder on its Facebook page.
President Duterte declared Nov. 13 to 15 non-working days for the Asean summit. But the declaration only covered Metro Manila, Bulacan, and Pampanga, where the events would be held.
Antipolo, being in Region IVA, is not covered by the #walangpasok declaration.
The city government made sure to remind people working and studying in the city that
Nov. 13 to 15 are regular work and school days.
“Para sa ating mga kababayang nagtatrabaho at nag-aaral sa National Capital Region, Bulacan at Pampanga, idineklara ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte ang Nobyembre 13-15 (Lunes hanggang Miyerkules) bilang special non-working days kaugnay ng pagdaraos ng 31st ASEAN Summit sa bansa.
#WalangPasok sila pero tayo dito sa Antipolo #MayPasok pa rin,” it posted.
Residents were amused at the reminder, confessing in the comments section that they got their hopes up a bit when they saw the announcment, only to be let down when they read the last line of the post.
One commenter said the #maypasok reminder should have been the first line, jokingly complaing “napaasa na naman ako.”
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