Cabin fever? Think twice before going out again, says Laguna Vice Gov. Karen Agapay
While many people are raring to leave their homes after being on quarantine for more than a month, Laguna Vice Gov. Karen Agapay is cautioning them from going out.
In a Facebook post, Agapay said they should think twice.
When the Spanish Flu hit the country, it lasted for two years and had three waves, she said.
The second wave had more fatalities, she said.
The cases in the second wave rose because people were excited to go out, she said.
People should learn the lessons of history in dealing with COVID 19, she added.
Let’s learn from the lessons of the past!
“Kung sabik ka na lumabas at mamasyal pagkatapos ng Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ)… THINK AGAIN!
Ayon sa kasaysayan, ang pinaka matinding pandemya ay nangyari noong 1918… ang SPANISH FLU or INFLUENZA PANDEMIC. Tumagal ito ng 2 taon at nagkaroon ng 3 waves. Nasa 500 million ang na-infected, at 50 million ang namatay na karamihan ay noong 2nd wave nangyari. Dahil sa tagal ng quarantine at social distancing measures, nasabik ang mga tao na lumabas at mamasyal. Kaya ng unang tinanggal eto, nagdiwang ng walang alinlangan ang mga tao. Ang resulta… nangyari ang 2nd wave, kung saan milyon na katao ang muling na-infect at namatay.
HUWAG PO SANA NATIN MAULIT ANG KASAYSAYAN NGAYONG COVID19 ?
#WearYourMask #SocialDistancingPaRin,” Agapay posted.
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