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Cavite Gov. Jonvic Remulla says sorry again for COVID testing, assures people he’s working

Mar 25, 2020 @ 14:25

Cavite Gov. Jonvic Remulla continues to get his share of criticism for getting tested for COVID 19 and skipping certain protocols.

But amid these, Remulla said he continues to work.

In a Facebook post, he said he had apologized for his gaffe and did so again to a critic, adding that elected leaders are always under intense scrutiny.

But he also said he has been doing his job as the provincial government had given out 100,000 food rations in the past give days.

He vowed to do more and to help all constituents, whether they are his supporters or not.

In times of calamity, everyone deservers to get government assistance, he added.

Equal treatment should be the norm!

“#VIPPaMore

# TigasUloPaRin

In my post this morning I would like to thank Mr. Aaron Alit for calling my attention on my early Covid testing mistake. I apologised immediately after and I apologised to him again in fb. In this time of crisis, the magnifying glass on the elected leaders are intense. Everyone is searching for answers and solutions. Quietly, the provincial government has given away almost a 100,000 food rations in the past 5 days. That is not enough. We need to help more and we need your cooperation as well. I promise to help as many as I can and as quick as I can. My efforts are for all. For those who did and did not vote for me. For Areas where I won and where I lost. There is no rich or poor, dilawan or dds, maka-Remulla o maka-Maliksi. Calamities like this recognises no colours, affiliations, nor borders. Everyone is vulnerable. Everyone deserves to be helped,” Remulla posted.

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