Big News Update: Philippines Is Willing To Re-Open Their Economy

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In this video I discuss, “Philippines Is Willing To Re-Open Their Economy”.
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  1. Link.. https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1302525/palace-no-alternative-but-to-reopen-economy-despite-spike-in-new-covid-19-infections

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  3. If they rush to open to tourists/expats, I can see them getting sick, then getting fucked over as there is no spots available in the hospitals or equipment available as well. Personally I would still wait till at least the new year to see how things are going. Why rush and possible put yourself in a really bad situation, is waiting a few more months that bad?. Unless of course you have been waiting to get back together with your wife/children (girlfriends don’t count, come on guys).

  4. REALITY can sometimes be a painful slap in the face. Many times MONEY is put above physical health. The key is finding balance. You can destroy your economy by being too rigid. Pandemics come and go. There is no guarantee that there ever will be a vaccine for COVID-19. Many other countries are going to have to make hard choices for the survival of their nation.

  5. 💯 loving this.
    Looking forward to going in summer 2021 for my fiancée graduation and to Singapore.
    This will be good for long distance relationship waiting to see their 💘 loves and for tourism in time.
    👍💛☺

  6. Lockdown won’t work because, at some point, you have to let people be free again and it will just start up all over again. Just let people get sick. Just as we learned to live with all over diseases we will learn to live with this strain of the flu.

  7. opening up is fine but you have to do it in a smart way. They still need to wear masks and social distance the best they can- Unlike some of our southern states in US that opened up without social distance and mask requirements and their cases and hospitalizations spiked up big time and some of them had to close down again- We need to be smart about this…It aint the Flu ..some people who have had it are still not 100% 2-3 months later

  8. Way to go. We can’t keep everything under lockdown forever. The virus won’t go away just because we lock everything down. Herd immunity will be the only way to get out of this pandemic.

  9. Here in the USA, Europe and the Philippines, World UN, and Big Pharma are one and the same, False Positives Vastly Outnumber Real Positives Wildly Overstated by a wide Margin. People that Passed Away from Heart Attack, Cancer, and other Symptoms ware part of the Positives, Media is Dishonest Reporting, the, Tens of thousands of test have been double-counted, officials admit, SEE EVIDENCE HERE PEOPLE ARE WAKING UP :> https://www.telegraph.co.uk/global-health/science-and-disease/tens-thousands-coronavirus-tests-have-double-counted-officials/
    SEE MORE EVIDENCE HERE:> https://justthenews.com/politics-policy/coronavirus/texas-government-counting-every-covid-positive-hospital-case

  10. Awesome News, I believe 100% in herd immunity! You can still quaritine the sick but the healthy should be out and about this is what builds our immune system!

  11. Their entire economy depends on foreigners investing and spending money, and other foreign countries donating tons of money as well. The whole virus is a huge scam and they know it. Thanks for the information.

  12. As far as I can remember this is the first time the world economy has shut down for a virus, hopefully it will be the last. It’s a sad fact that viruses can kill, but this type of world wide over reaction has also caused many deaths. The stopping of all other medical procedures, the mental problems associated with being locked up for long periods etc. etc. Countries that didn’t shut down in general had similar results to those that did. Many of the shutdowns were handled badly, UK had a long shut down but all the time let infected travellers arrive, with very few restrictions. Vit D dramatically minimises the effects of the virus but in general this was ignored, in favour of endless hours of statistics. What a cock-up.

  13. People have families to feed. I think the hiding of cases from the public will start to emerge in other places in the Philippines 🇵🇭 in the months ahead. I could be wrong though.

  14. In developing economies it is not sustainable to keep a gigantic quarantine in place. The Philippines and countries like it have to take their chances in my opinion. The people need to have the freedom to put their own safety in their own hands. Locking them down gives them no fighting chance to survive.

  15. This is a wise choice. Even if the lock downs were 100% effective, as soon as people go back to living their lives, it would start again. There were several countries that didn’t have complete lock downs and they were no worst off then the countries that did. Now they will not get a large second/ third/fourth wave. There is way more information available now compared to the start and I think that the facts and stats favor just opening up all countries.

  16. That’s big news Reekay, thanks for the update. It had to happen, before the economy was damaged almost beyond recovery, and the people began to do desperate things to survive. People still need to be careful, as in other countries, that have eased restrictions now, but many will prefer to take their chances, than continue like they have been for too long. Best wishes to you and Vi.

  17. People have got to work and eat USA is open never did lock downs here.people has got to work.no money in the world can support USA foods rents,everything else needed to survive to this mess covid .people are starving all over due to covid dieing to.good luck there.but agree open up

  18. I am watching and listening to many source of information to be sure I find truth. Tipping point there is. I tend to agree with your opinion of the news you see—the question is whether there is just one source of truth? Does truth change from day-to-day? Are there different truths depending on which source you receive the information from? I am therefore, still watching and listening. I dearly want to come back to PH by September, but it remains to be seen and proven whether this can happen without so long or so many quarantines required to get from USA to Eastern Samar. Thanks for posting

  19. The two statistics that are never revealed: Death per 100,000 of actual C-19 cases and the demographics/pre-health of the people who do die.This tells you two things 1)how dangerous it really is and 2)who its dangerous to. Of course, this wouldn’t fit the agendas of a lot of people but it would protect the people that most need it and allow everyone else to get back to normal.

  20. Some experts are saying there’s no evidence that there’s such a thing as long-term immunity to this virus, so there may not be such a thing as herd immunity. The shutdowns only make sense if the time bought is used to ramp up testing and tracing, so that everyone who’s sick is quarantined.

  21. Once they come up with an immune system things will begin to relax but until then I feel people should be working because you’re probably gonna get it anyway from touching something the mask will only protect you so much.

  22. Herd immunity doesn’t exist. There is no such thing as this. All that corona propaganda proves that there is only fear pandemic propaganda for some, yet unknown reason.

  23. Everybody knows what’s going on. To me, it’s OK, as everybody is aware of the consequences. Which is a matter of life or Death. If the Guy up there wants you now, whether your the healthiest person on Earth and your crossing the road and get smushed or you blow a gasket while taking a dump or you haven’t finished your bucket list yet. Let it run its coarse. I say… GO!!!

  24. I have to say that living in Sweden we never had a lockdown, many companies encouraged workers to work from home, but many stores and supermarkets remained open,with social distancing of course the gym I go to was never closed, the public transport system was still operating in the city I lived. The herd immunity system can only work if the population respects the guidelines put out by the Govt but still in Sweden over 70 000+ were infected with 5 000+ deaths and that is in a country of over 10 million. The death rate is now on the decline and that’s a positive sign
    Good to know that Ph is slowly getting back to normal and wish the best for everyone Filipinos as well as expats, it’s been hard on you guys.

  25. I can’t speak of the number there in the Philippines but I can for the numbers here in the USA. First it is my opinion that these Covid-19 cases are all Bull Shit and we are being lied too. How many people knew that the US alone has on average 25K – 65K people die each year from the common flu. This has been our normal for the past 15 years. So now thanks to this Covid-19 Virus that came out, no one is dying from the flu and you will not hear them report on any flu deaths. Everything is the Covid-19 Virus. I say BS. Then two weeks ago in the US it’s reported that anyone that has taken the flu shot in the last TEN (10) years will test positive for the Covid-19 Virus. So now in the US, you don’t hear about people dying from Obesity, Heart Attacks, Strokes, the Flu or any of the other normal causes of death. Plus when you buy a box of the Face Masks it says right on the box that these will not protect or prevent the transfer of the Covid-19 virus. Says it right on the box. I think this has been a huge Control Experiment and it has worked.

  26. Not a question of what “needs” to be done. Simply a question of what can we afford to do. Also, I’m pretty sure tax revenues are waaay down and the government really needs spending money.

  27. The numbers show high quarantine doesn’t work as they thought.
    At least not here in the US.
    As testing increases, the cases go up but the death rate is plummeting.
    All good. Let’s get back to traveling!!

  28. Yup! It’s either getting the economy moving or let things slide into chaos. As a point of comparison, here’s a quote from the US. Centers for Disease Control states about the flu in the USA over the last decade: “CDC estimates that influenza has resulted in between 9 million – 45 million illnesses, between 140,000 – 810,000 hospitalizations and between 12,000 – 61,000 deaths annually since 2010.” Now, this is with vaccines that the CDC concedes are only partially effective! Mark this: These flu numbers aren’t total numbers since 2010, these are numbers for each year in the U.S. alone. Were we hiding in our closets and locking down the economy because of the flu? No! There’s a thing called the “velocity of money” — the blood flow of an economy. You shut down an economy by forcing “non-essential” businesses to close and lock people in their homes, and money can’t move: it slows way down. When you do that, when you bring the movement of money to a near halt, the economy grinds down and people begin to suffer in ways that far outweigh the benefits of “if you save one life, it’s worth it” kind of “doctors’ logic” about the coronavirus (or the flu!). Let’s ban cars in the USA, too, while we’re making people “safe” from everything. The U.S. Dept. of Transportation totals for 2018 are shocking: “There were 33,654 fatal motor vehicle crashes in the United States in 2018 in which 36,560 deaths occurred.” That’s about a 100 people a day getting crushed, burned, torn apart, impaled… its mayhem the moment you pull out of your driveway! Stay home! Don’t allow another car to be sold in this country!

    No government should be able to be in a position to “give people their freedom back.” Freedom is innate in the people, not something for a government to bestow or take away because the government knows better. Freedom comes with a price, but it’s up to the people to be aware and pay the price. Thanks for the update!

  29. Whatever this thing is i don’t believe the nation’s have the ability to fully control it nor stamp it out. China has done the best job but even there it keeps coming back. Which may mean the nations have to find a way to coexist and function along with covid19

  30. This question is off topic. Do you have any news on the proposed ASEAN Visa? Specifically, will ASEAN issue a term entry visa to applicants with US passports?

  31. While there are several comments already that are saying they agree to the reopening, as I do, I am starting a new line simply because I truly believe there are more than two options. In quarantine the goal is to save lives, this goal will not be achieved if people begin starving and unrest grabs ahold odd the populous. What soone government official says or even threatens matters little to the individual whose child it’s complaining about being hungry. In a society where next to nobody has any form of savings I’m unsure there are not already families dealing with this very reality. Those most at risk are the elderly among the populous. I believe the best illusion might be unpleasant for some and comes too close to a communist principle, but id ther government were to relocate individuals from several of the sky rise apartments or hotels, they could then move all the elderly who are in the most susceptible age range. Then instead if giving money to everyone have that money signed to the elderly who are in lockdown. Let the younge with their healthiest bodies and immune systems go out and earn a living. Professionals can deliver food to the elderly and grab or taxis, or even the unemployed could to do the shopping. Yes infections will go up, but as most younger people seem to survive it (on the average) they will develope a resistance to it… continue this procedure for a few months and while there might not be heard immunity per se it should theoretically isolate the most vulnerable from catching it, even if they do the hospitals won’t be overwhelmed and can hopefully treat and save those who catch it with a higher mortality rate… just my thoughts though.

  32. It’s about damn time. This has been overblown since the beginning. Death rates do not warrant jeopardizing the livelihoods of all citizens. You kill the economy and it will lead to more death than this virus

  33. Hopefully now the U.S. will come around do the same. Deaths are going down in spite of the new cases. New cases to be expected, but most don’t even get sick or get better.

    I salute the Philippines for showing some common sense. People are going to die from this shutdown for sure. It’s time to quit being led by the nose by these so called scientists.

    Bravo, Philippines!!! Now if only the U.S. and the rest of the world will follow suit.

  34. I won’t try to predict the effects this will have, the virus has caused global chaos already. We are in uncharted waters. I will continue to wear a mask, and pray for the safety and well being of the people in my beloved Philippines 🇵🇭, and elsewhere .

  35. We see the same in the US. We opened with clearly defined phases, but after the BLM protests everything about Coronavirus and social distancing has gone out the window. The only places that are closing down are some bars and some beaches in TX and FL. The state of NY just cut 1 billion from their police fund, but that’s only a drop in the bucket, compared to their 20 billion dollar tax shortfall due to the past lockdowns. Yes, you can either be safe and isolate in your house, or you can eat, pay the electric bill, and have money to go to see a physician if you get Covid.

  36. It would be a sensible decision because Philippines is a young-person economy – i.e. better able to fight off the virus – and its preferable that they have the option to return to being economically active, while taking necessary precautions, including individual decisions on self-quarantine for those more vulnerable people. Its certainly preferable to eventually starving to death – which appears to be the current direction of travel.

  37. Good job keeping us posted on the new developments here in the Philippines with the opening up of th e economy. Hopefully within the next year they will decide to start issuing Visas again to foreigners. Take care Reekay.

  38. I believe that it absolutely makes sense to have a strict lockdown as we did in USA for 2 or 3 months in order to get hospital’s ready so that they are not overwhelmed however,it makes no sense to go on month after month to the point where you Bankrupt entire industries and where the damage done by doing so is far worse than the virus itself. Being Locked in here in USA, domestic violence went up, suicide, depression and entire industries closed at some point makes no sense and things need to open and possibly just shut down regions that become hot spots,I think that is what makes most sense.

  39. The Filipino people have done everything they could to support their local government officals and trust them to do the right things to protect them, but to go on with the madness is only asking people to stave thier families to death, OFW’s are not sending money home as they once did because they are not working abroad. The PI Government as limited resourses and so does its people,….at some point someone has to make the call….

  40. So many workers live day to day. I would not want to be in their shoes. Trike drivers and day laborers can’t stop even for a day. This has had much worse impact than we know about. It’s so sad.

  41. It’s time, perhaps long past time. Cases are not the important thing to watch. I know the media likes to harp on cases since that fits the narrative. It’s the easy way to scare the crap out of ill informed. What’s important is hospitalizations and deaths.

  42. Back to normal, you cant have the prevention worse than the virus, if someone gets sick give them hydrochloriquin, it’s been proven 98% effective. It’s time to live again.

  43. Reekay, your bias is quite clear. It’s unfortunate that the Philippines can not afford to quarantine longer. They are throwing the people to the dogs so to speak. The smaller islands are fine and doing their own lockdown. My concern is larger centers like Cebu, Manila, CDO and Davao that never got the virus under control. I understand that you want to get out of lockdown – I was there for the first part of the lockdown (I’m in Canada now). The “herd immunity” that you refer to is a long ways off and will cost a lot of lives. I hope that you’ll be safe and I hope that the Philippines will manage the pandemic somehow. In Canada, we did a complete lockdown and have eased the restrictions in most areas, due to low numbers that we have now thanks to the lockdown. We’ve fortunately listened to the public health experts and followed their advice, rather than the business owners who were pushing to re-open as quickly as possible. Since we listened to the public health experts, the businesses have been able to open and we’ve continually and carefully easing the lockdown restrictions. People continue to wear masks and gloves and respect social distancing. Stay safe!

  44. I think by the first of the year tourist visa’s will be running again. The virus will probably still be around but the economy here depends on tourism. I agree this is the tipping point. I would not want to be the one making these decisions! I believe a vaccine will come along and things will return to normal eventually. There is nothing normal with the new normal.

  45. i totally agree .. the philippines should and WILL reopen within the next month .. they really do not have a choice . domestic travel is the main engine to reopening , it allows money to flow through the islands by way of air travel – land travel by bus – transport sea vessels – hotels – tourist spots – resort businesses that depend on the travel ect ect ect . i also agree that the philippine is not equipped to handle a large out break , but we have seen outbreaks in areas like Manila , cebu and davao and these areas were closed for months just like the other islands . closing everything has not been the total solution ( it is the easiest ) the real solution lies in a combination of both , this combination method has started in manila where airlines and the airport are making good use of the shut down time to come up with cleaning methods for buildings and transport hubs and policies to allow people to travel , go to work , and function in an enviroment of relative security from catching covid , but at the same time not be soooo afraid and frozen that your economy and the philippine way of life dies on the vine . open with caution and common sense bs this virus is here with us for a while and when and if it does leave us … there is another one waiting to take its place in a year or two . As long as the wild life trade remains live and well in asia and africa there will always be virus that jump from animals to humans . virus are born to mutate and change and adapt to the outside enviroment .. that is how life was created on planet earth and we have to start taking contral of that reality the same as we protect ourselves from nuclear radiation . if we can regulate that … why can we NOT get a handle on wildlife trade and the housing of birds and pigs and bats that carry deadly virus ? We have a choice … take control of it or it will take control of us ( as covid 19 has done ) !

  46. Awesome news sir! famous in the United States, if you stay alive because you’re not getting coronavirus, you’re going to die because you have no food because you have no money because you’re not working. Thank you

  47. Will be great news to reopen the economy.

    My sister-in-law works at a law firm here in the Angeles City area. She says they are processing bankruptcy and foreclosure proceedings for a multitude of local businesses that just can’t pay the debt of running a business without a customer base being allowed to avail their services.

    Quarantine started mid March. 4 months for the powers that be to realize that people cannot sustain a long term quarantine lifestyle. Eventually the prices go too high to cover the increased expenses of shipping. Businesses close and families go broke because the people that comprise the economy base aren’t able to get out to buy the products they are selling.

    Hopefully this turns around quickly. 🙏
    Thanks for staying on top of the news.
    George

  48. Business is not earning and employees not paid so taxes might be an issue and tight money might hinder funding the government assistance. It’s practical to let some businesses run so taxes can be collected so the government can assist and also has the funds to operate since there are no layoff and salaries are still paid.

  49. Take a look at America and you can see what is likely ahead for us here in PH. The USA opened the States too early and now they are backing off and shutting down much of their economy again, as the virus comes back even worse than before. The numbers of new daily cases are now staggering, but at least they are reporting them. The idea that PH will just stop reporting, seems to me to be a disservice to all. I think a slow and phased reopening would better serve the populace. God bless us all.

  50. No matter how bad the pandemic may get you just can not shut down the economy for a long period of time, simply not realistic. You did say the shut-down could be 1 year or 6 months and I commented that no way the Philippines would shut-down for 1 year or even 6 months. I’ll find that video for you. You were wrong coming into the pandemic and wrong going out Reekay. When you were telling people what areas were open to enter and how they could still get into Philippines when Manila shut-down I posted on that video that you should be telling people to go home and stay home, not how they can enter the Philippines. Some got stuck in the Philippines and others got there and needed to leave very fast basically wasting their time traveling there.

  51. I think tourists will have to wait till 2022 to come back. The Philippines hasn’t even hit its plateau, yet. And the numbers are skyrocketing. And with a lot of hard – headed idiots choosing not to wear masks – as there are many here in Dumaguete – it just makes things worse. So, as I see it, it is best, at the earliest, 2022 that tourists be slowly – allowed into the islands.

  52. About damn time they reopen up and stop reporting the inflated numbers.. Reminds me of 911 and color levels that were posted each day to designate the danger level for another attack..We got tired of hearing them ..When you stop talking about the issue in time it is fades into the history.. Life moves on..

  53. It was inevitable. Smart not to announce data. Tourism will happen same as Vietnam/Thailand, otherwise fall behind. I worry they will resent us. America has a black eye over this. I’m not worried about the virus, it’s now how we will be looked at. Even though it came from China, we botched it but good.

  54. REALITY !!
    we need to work and eat ,the virus is sadly part of our new world
    So people will die mostly older and with medical problems
    however the death tole will be greater from starvation no work no pay
    Being real life will go on viruses have always been part of humanity
    this one like chicken pox will meld into our lifves
    Sadly many will die but there is a greater need for people to be able
    to return to work despite the loss
    Praying for a vaccine but meanwhile life must go on
    no lockdown just care ,handwashing social distance
    and prayers

  55. In my opinion they should let things relax a little, have public transport available so people can go to work. . Many people livelihood depends on it.

  56. Off course they need to re-open. The medicine (the measures) is worse than the illness. People (including the WHO) are finally realising that the fatality rate of this virus is somewhat equal to a severe flu.

  57. Can you give a statement about Mike’s widow claiming she never received a single penny from the donations you collected for his funeral costs? We’re all surprised by this.

  58. Thank god they wake up at last I live in Australia I have been sending money to my friend in manila so her family can eat and pay utilities, her husband lost his job because of the lock down then after 2 months he started working again, then they locked it down again, now he has been out of work the last week, it’s a family of 4 with two little kids, I can’t let them starve, I don’t believe what the government has done they’re a joke.

  59. When will the government put a stop to all the chemicals that are out in food which cause all sorts of illnesses? Never,there’s no money in making people well.

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