Comedian Pokwang slams government for not doing mass testing: “Sana 2022 na! Sarap na bumoto ulit!”

Comedian Marietta Subong, better known as ‘Pokwang’ criticized the government for not doing mass testing amid the COVID-19 crisis in the country.

In a tweet, Pokwang expressed disappointment after Malacañang announced that they’re going to do expanded testing instead of mass testing.

She wished that it’s already 2022 presidential election so she could vote for new leaders of the country.

Pokwang with former DILG Secretary Mar Roxas. Photo: https://www.senate.gov.ph/photo_release/2010/0504_05.jpg

“Totoo po ba walang magaganap na mass testing?? as in WALAAA???
so kami na po bahala sa buhay namin ganeerrnn??? matira matibay nalang talaga? salamat po sa pagmamahal ha…. wooooo sana 2022 na!!! sarap na bumoto ulit!!!” Pokwang said.

The tweet of Pokwang raised the eyebrows of the supporters of the government, telling her that doing mass testing was not cheap and almost impossible to do in the country.

“With all due respect ma’am, no country has done mass testing bcoz its not that easy & its not cheap. Even China, sa Wuhan lng cla nag test ng madami since may 2nd wave but not the entire country itself. The govt is doing their best kaso wala po talagang sapat na budget ang Pinas,” netizen @TheMudzilla said.

“Ung mga nakaraang administrasyon po ba may nagawa, ikompara na lang po natin kung anong buhay mayron tau pag puro kurakot, ndi po kasalanan ng pamahalaan ang nangyayari ngaun, sana konting pang unawa lang po, wag pairalin ang init ng ulo, just saying po idol,” @pagal_ricky said.

Instead of responding to her critics, Pokwang called them ‘trolls’ and just decided to block them.

“Keysa ma stress ako sa mga trolls na ito tuloy Lang paayuda ni Mamang!!!” she said.

“Ito Ang isa sa tinatawag na new normal, DEDMA, AT BLOCK!!! BWAHAHAHAAHAAHAA NAPAKA SARAP GAWIN!!!!” she added.

Pokwang also said that she might name one of her critics of he/she doesn’t stop criticizing her.

Twitter: @pokwang27

On Tuesday, the Department of Health (DOH) confirmed that they’re conducting expanded testing instead of doing mass testing.

“This is not indiscriminate testing kasi pag sinabing mass testing, iisipin ng mga tao buong populasyon ng Pilipinas ang ite-test, which is not the case,” Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire said.

 

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