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Katrina Razon claps back at mega vax hub critics: Where were you when my dad built quarantine sites?

Katrina Razon has had enough of critics questioning the motive of her father, bilyonaryo Enrique Razon, for building a mega vaccination center on the Nayong Pilipino Foundation’s (NPF) sprawling property in Paranaque City.

In a series of Instagram stories, Katrina turned the tables on her father’s bashers, questioning why they were suddenly opposing the project when he has done so much to help since the COVID-19 pandemic started last year.

Razon’s daughter said the construction of the vaccination site “is not a business venture” and her father will be spending his own money for the project.

“This is non-profit. And where were all of you critics when my father built all of those quarantine facilities, including Rizal Memorial, the mega quarantine site and all of those existing facilities? Where were you guys?” she asked.

Katrina said the family-run ICTSI Foundation will continue helping the country despite the bashing received by her father.

“I refuse to take criticism from people who are doing less work than the ICTSI Foundation. It is a non-issue that has been invented from the sky,” Katrina said, adding in the caption that this will be the last time she will talk about the issue.

Taking a swipe at the armchair critics of her father, Katrina added: “Talk is cheap. It’s much easier to type away criticisms and hateful comments when you’re sheltered or have a roof over your head and not actually doing any kind of work on the ground.

“We prove by doing. And you will see once this vaccination center is up and running. There’s no more point in all of this talk when we’re simply going to prove through action—action that does not expect anything in return,” she said.

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