Go: Don’t throw away health protocols

Senator Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go. Photo added

SEN. Christopher Lawrence “Bong” Go on Wednesday called on Filipinos to continuously observe health protocols against Covid-19 as the campaign season for the May 9 national election nears its peak.

“My appeal to candidates currently campaigning is to prioritize the health and safety of our fellow citizens over politics. It’s still dangerous out there until we get over the pandemic,” said Go, chairman of the Senate Health and Demographics Committee. in a report.

The senator said sustained cooperation will prevent transmissions of Covid-19, which will prevent the healthcare system from being overburdened. Go added that recovery from the pandemic also means economic recovery.

“As we prepare to return to normal life, we must learn to live safely from the threat of the virus. We must be constantly cautious as we try to regain the time we have lost over the past two years. “, he said.

Go urged candidates and their supporters to work with the government to ensure that the elections take place in a safe and secure environment.

“I again appeal to all to be responsible for the safety and health of our fellow Filipinos. Despite our different beliefs, we are here to serve, and the lives and well-being of our fellow Filipinos must be our primary concern,” he said.

“Remember, the government cannot do this alone. We need your cooperation to end this pandemic, just as we need your help to continue our collaborative work in the community in light of the challenges we’re facing,” Go added.

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