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first_img “‘Yun ang dapat, ang rason na bakit tayo mamatay. ‘Wag tayong mamatay sa ibang rason, nasagasaan ka lang at wala ka namang ginawa,” he added. “It would be an honor to die for your country, I assure you.” During his address to the media on Monday night, Duterte said doctors, nurses and other healthcare workers who died of COVID-19 are lucky because they died for the country. “Our health workers who died from COVID-19 were not lucky,” Hontiveros said. “Our health workers should not have been dying in the first place if they have been given ample personal protective equipment and access to testing.” “May mga doktor, nurses at attendants na namatay. Sila ‘yung nasawi ang buhay para lang makatulong sa kapwa. Napakasuwerte nila. Namatay sila para sa bayan,” the President said. The country’s hospitals continue to suffer from a lack of PPEs as the supply of medical equipment plunged worldwide, while at least 12 doctors have died fighting in the frontlines against the respiratory illness. MANILA – Senator Risa Hontiveros lambasted President Rodrigo Duterte after the latter called as “lucky” the health workers who died while fighting the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Aside from Hontiveros, Gabriela Women’s Partylist also lambasted Duterte as he should have mentioned the names of fallen health workers instead of “oligarchs and corporation who are just sharing crumbs from their profit.”center_img “May mga doktor at nurses na namatay. Sila ‘yung nasawi ang buhay para lang makatulong sa kapwa,” says Sen. Risa Hontiveros. ABS-CBN NEWS “It is very inappropriate for Duterte to romanticize the death of our health workers under current circumstances as some stroke of luck. In fact he should be alarmed: we are losing those who are supposed to save lives,” it said. The opposition senator said frontliners should not be dying in the first place if only the government was able to give what they need while doing their duty. “How could the President miss this very critical lens at this crucial time? Bakit sasabihing swerte sila sa kanilang pagkamatay gayong dapat na manatili silang buhay nang makapagpatuloy sa paglilingkod sa bayan?” the group added. The Philippines has declared a national emergency and placed Luzon under a month-long lockdown COVID-19, which has infected 1,546 in the country as of Monday afternoon./PNlast_img read more

first_imgManchester United legend Gary Neville joined talkSPORT as a guest co-host for a very special Drivetime show on Tuesday.Our Twitter feeds were inundated with questions for the former England full-back, and, as you can see, he pulled no punches with his answers, including his views on England’s ‘golden generation’ and his rivalry with a certain Arsenal hero.Check out our Twitter Q&A with Gary Neville above!SHOULD ENGLAND HAVE WON EURO 96?“Yes. There are two tournaments that stand out and think, ‘what could have been’.“Euro 96 we were good enough to win the tournament and, in 2004, we were ready to beat Portugal.“Wayne Rooney going off, when they couldn’t handle him, didn’t help. They are the two tournaments that I thought we had a strong team.WHO WAS THE BEST WINGER YOU PLAYED AGAINST?“Marc Overmars was a tough opponent. It was tough though because Emmanuel Petit kept dropping balls over my head.“The worst thing for a defender is when you go tight and they spin in behind you, if you drop off they pick up to head and dribble past you, similar to Arjen Robben, Luis Figo or Franck Ribery. You are on a fine line as a defender.“Alessandro Del Piero, who wasn’t a traditional left winger, he played in a little pocket where you didn’t know whether to go inside with him and then you’d see the full back flying outside you.“Robert Pires was like that too. He wouldn’t destroy you with pace but he’d make you think. They were tough games. The ones with pace and the ones that run in behind you are the ones to worry about.“I would say Overmars [was the toughest] because those tussles between Arsenal and Man United in the last 90s, they were the best domestic team I ever played against.“That 1998 Arsenal team had everything pace, power, strength, great defenders, a good goalkeeper and good finishers. That was a complete team.”last_img read more