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Matuto sa batas ng classroom, says Laguna Gov. Ramil Hernandez

May 19, 2020 @ 12:13

Laguna Gov. Ramil Hernandez has cautioned his constituents about the dangers of going out amid the modified enhanced community quarantine, and to help illustrate his point, he turned to the law of the classroom.

In a Facebook post, Hernandez likened the situation in the province to a classroom with 50 students.

At first, only five were allowed to go out. Then the number was increased to 20. But if these students did not follow the rules, nobody would be allowed to go out again.

This is what would happen if he would be forced to put Laguna under lockdown should COVID 19 cases rise because people keep going out and do not follow health protocols, he said.

He implored his constituents to follow the rules so that the province could ease out of the strict quarantine situation.

Everyone needs to cooperate, or we all suffer!

“HUWAG MASYADO EXCITED.

Kung sa classroom may 50 estudyante tapos pwede lumabas ang 5, tapos pagkalipas ng ilang sandali pwede na lumabas ang 20 pero may mga patakaran para sa lahat na dapat sundin, tapos hindi pala sumunod sa patakaran kaya mas lumaki ang problema, yon hindi na pala pwedeng lumabas uli ang lahat. Pasok uli sa classroom ang lahat. Balik uli sa simula.

Gusto nyo ba maglockdown uli ang Laguna?Pakiusap sumunod po ang lahat sa mga patakaran magmula sa pinakasimpleng mamamayan hanggang sa may pinaka-malalaking negosyo. Naka-pin on top sa fb page na ito ang guidelines. Ayaw nating lahat ang sitwasyong ito, wag na nating palalain. Dahan-dahan sa pagkakaisa natin malalampasan natin ito. Huwag po masyado magmadali at makalimot mag-isip at mag-ingat.

Sa bahagi namin sa pamahalaan makakaasa kayo na hindi kami tumitigil para ayusin pa mga dapat ayusin gaano man ito kahirap. Bagamat inaamin namin na hindi kami perpekto. Magtulungan tayo sa ating mga kahinaan sa halip na magturoan at magsisihan tayo sa kahinaan ng bawat isa.

#togetherwearestronger

#godblesslaguna,” Hernandez posted.

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