Category Archives: Social responsibility

The Right of Suffrage (National Election 2022)

Casting our votes on election day was a breeze, except for the long queue of voters, which was understandable. There were no untoward incidents in our precinct, thankfully. Everything was in order. We (hubby and the kids) may be in line for nearly two hours, but the voting process took us only a few minutes to complete.

We are proud to claim that majority of our candidates have won the national election, including our presidential and vice-presidential bets.

Best of luck to our elected president and vice president. May you and all the newly-elected senators and other officials succeed in your goals to guide the country on a better path. We are counting on you. #halalan2022 #betterphilippines

Booster Shot Done

My daughter and I had our booster shot last December. We are thankful we were able to do our little part to help curb the spread of the virus in the community.

Even if we are vaccinated already, health experts still remind the public to observe the minimum public health standards: frequent hand washing, wearing face masks, practicing social distancing in public or crowded places, and getting yourself vaccinated.

Let’s protect our loved ones and other people the same way we protect ourselves. 🙏

#boosterdose #moderna

Keeping Our Families Safe From Omicron During the Holidays and Beyond

With the increasing cases of Covid-19 and the threat of the Omicron variant from spreading, the Department of Health strongly reminds the public to remain cautious against Covid-19 even when they are fully vaccinated. While symptoms may be mild for the fully vaccinated, the disease could be severe for the unvaccinated, especially for senior citizens and those who have other underlying medical conditions.

For now, the government is also ensuring that the country has enough beds and facilities to respond to both Covid-19 and non-Covid-19 cases. But crucial to this is also having FEWER PEOPLE WHO WILL NEED THOSE HOSPITAL BEDS, and we, as individuals, have control over choosing safe activities.

The simple choices or actions we make – properly wearing face masks, frequent hand washing, avoiding crowded places, immediately isolating when presenting symptoms of COVID-19, ensuring proper ventilation in indoor settings, choosing to get vaccinated, and boosted – have a collective impact on the country’s case trends. These are just some of the many things we can do that will keep us and our loved ones safe from COVID-19. Let us always choose what is safe and healthy.