Over two weeks passed after our president declared the existence of “Enhanced Quarantine Community” throughout Central Luzon. This is consistent with cessation of the C0VID-19 pandemic disease.
Many of our citizens obey this quarantine laws but most of them have limited food stocks.
In today’s era of the Enhanced Community Quarantine, aside from our frontliners there are other people who may not be considered frontliners but also “Heroes”.
Marites Edroso, a netizen on Facebook, shared a post of gratitude to Evelina Torres or better known as “Mom Belina”.
Mother Belina’s owns a small store in Cainta Rizal. Due to the implementation of the Enhanced Community Quarantine, she temporarily closed her shop.
However, her neighbors were surprised when Mother Belina offered them biscuits, instant coffees and more.
Since her neighbors did not receive any relief goods from their barangay yet, she helped them by giving her store stocks to them.
Shee said construction workers were the main occupation of her neighbors so she knew they had no ability to buy food because they currently have no income.
Such heroic stories are really worth sharing to wake up and call on those who are comfortable living to provide help to those in need today.
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