Sen. Bong Revilla Jr. felt safe at the SONA
Sen. Bong Revilla Jr. was among the few legislators allowed to be physically present at the President’s fifth state of the nation address.
The number of guests was drastically cut because of physical distancing needs due to the COVID 19 pandemic.
Speaking about his experience in a Facebook post, Revilla said he the SONA went well.
He said the set up this year was disconcerting because it was so different from previous years.
He also said the health standards for the government officials allowed to be present at the event were followed.
These include not just observing physical distancing, but also getting a swab test prior to attending the event.
They were few but they were safe!
“Personal po nating nasaksihan ang pag-uulat sa bayan ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte sa Batasang Pambansa ngayong araw. Medyo nakakapanibago man kumpara sa mga dating State of the Nation Address na ating nadaluhan sa mga nagdaang taon, maayos na naipatupad ang minimum health standards sa lahat ng mga opisyal ng pamahalaan at piling piling panauhin kanina sa House of Representatives,” Revilla posted.
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