Its official Metro Manila is now placed under General Community Quarantine (GCQ) which means people are now allowed to go out with strict social distancing rules. With over 18,000 confirmed cases, the Philippines is far from beating the virus. But since we’re now placed under GCQ, some employers are now requiring their employees to go to physically report to work. Here’s how people are reacting to the start of GCQ in Metro Manila.
Our guardian angels are working overtime
GCQ NA here in Metro Manila and this is our guardian angels lipsyncing FOR OUR LIVES pic.twitter.com/0lxKpgV4ai
— Carlo Solita (@jc_solita) June 1, 2020
Our angels in heaven are doing everything to keep us safe.
Ladies and gentlemen, may the best immune system win
GCQ na!! Gentlemen start your engines and may the best Immune System Win! pic.twitter.com/dRG9zr71JN
— Shon Suan (@iamshnj) May 31, 2020
Take your vitamins and drink lot of water before going out, our immune system is our best deffence against COVID-19.
Welcome to the Hunger Games
— Jayson Teves Gaite (@teves_jayson) June 1, 2020
Welcome, Citizens of Panem to the first Immunity Games. May the odds be ever in your favor.
Hahaha but also huhuhu
Doble ingat na lang, friends.
Gov’t trying to put us to safety.. 🤦♀️🙄
GCQ NA ! pic.twitter.com/GjxMAQhlj7
— vanene🌸 (@_vanessajoyr) June 1, 2020
Thanks for trying we really appreciate all your “efforts”.
Good luck, PH
— MylE🐹 | 門 (@moonddunE) May 28, 2020
Na-windang din kami, Solar.
Just think of the frontliners…
Healthcare workers on June 1 when we transition to GCQ.
Hold the dooooooooor
In a government where ‘bahala na’ is always the solution, here we goooo pic.twitter.com/bTVb2tuUYH
— Lea Ayuyao (@chengker) May 26, 2020
So guys, if you don’t have essential business, STAY AT HOME.
Levi Ackerman Says
A message from Captain Levi:
GCQ na, doble ingat! Stay alive. pic.twitter.com/PHgaiFP6FK
— Marinelle Oriola (@AYAmCynophilic) June 1, 2020
One advice we can give you is: follow all the safety guidelines! Don’t forget to practice social distancing and wash your hands always.
Are you ready for the GCQ? Tell us below!