Philippines Expats Wake Up Call

Philippines Expats Wake Up Call

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  1. Yes Pete you’re absolutely right. PM here in Australia said no international travel til mid 2021. Even if the Philippines reopens who will feel safe to go there for some time?

  2. Got my flight changed for the 2nd time to December, maybe a 3rd time… Just stay safe, you are very unlikely to die from the virus, but the lung damage (for life) is worth looking out for!

  3. You should also wake up and stop helping to spread fear.

    Maybe focus on recovery rates and death rates in conjunction with infection rates.

    More have died from malaria and dengue than this virus.

  4. diff. countries the world over 🌎 opening up, expect tons of ppl just baskin’ in the sun out there in public for supplies …… while other places/areas gonna be strict!

    here in u.s. new wave of lckdowns especially west coast,…here in los angeles ur gonna be fined hundreds of $$ if u go to the beach, lol (*especially 4th of july)

  5. I traveled to renew my visa, its not that bad getting all the travel docs.
    1. Go to your Borangy and get a pass…take that pass to Health dept to get health pass…take those passes to the police station to get travel pass. It all took 5 hours to do because we started at 8am.

  6. *THE POWER OF SALT*

    against COVID-19 & why SALT is essential to healing

    click link below:

    http://www.jogh.org/documents/issue202001/jogh-10-010332.htm

    SALT is inexpensive, yet amazingly powerful

    every other day, i use *SALINE NASAL SPRAY* (100 pesos + only, sold in nearest pharmacy) to treat my stuffy / congested nose

    *VERY effective for me*

    it’s a medical grade, sterilized salt solution in a spray bottle

    it’s natural, NOT synthetic medicine, but quite effective

    who knows it could also be helpful against COVID-19

    there’s already an initial study on the efficacy of SALT against COVID-19 (administered via nasal irrigation & gargling, and probably via nasal spray & steam inhalation method)

    simply click the link (above)

    salt is technically termed *sodium chloride*

    it’s the chloride that deactivates or kills bacteria, fungi & viruses

    haven’t you wondered why bacteria, fungi, viruses & other microorganisms WON’T thrive or survive in salty environment like dried fish / salted fish?

    and why we can still eat the dried or salted fish after more than 5 years or so?

    well, there’s power in salt against pathogenic (disease-causing) microbes …

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