Miss International 1970 Aurora Pijuan is exasperated over the government’s implementation of shorter curfew hours for Metro Manila residents, purportedly in a bid to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Starting October 13, curfew hours in Metro Manila will be from 12 midnight until 4 a.m., based on the latest policy of the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases.
“Dear IATF. We understand that we should not party or breathe the 12 midnight air,” said Pijuan, a vocal administration critic.
“Thank you. Truly. Well thought policy,” she added.
Metro Manila is de-escalating to Alert Level 3, meaning more people can move around and visit more establishments, including cinemas. However, only fully vaccinated people can see a movie, so getting the COVID-19 jab remains a crucial part of the country’s strategy of adapting to the “new normal.”
Dear IATF. we understand that we should not party or breath the 12 midnight air. Thank you. Truly. Well thought policy. pic.twitter.com/q2IlioQuCA
— Aurora Pijuan (@aupijuan) October 13, 2021