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    Angelica Panganiban in hot water for rants against Red Cross Subic

    MANILA, Philippines – Angelica Panganiban was called out by netizens after she posted rants against Red Cross Subic.

    Angelica Panganiban

    The actress recently aired her dismay over Red Cross Subic, Olongapo for the treatment she received. According to her series of tweets on Tuesday, Angelica was not pleased that she and her companion waited in the parking lot for hours while others who came in later than them were swabbed first. She accused the swabbing facility of "palakasan" system.

    Angelica tweeted, "Hello redcross subic!! Isang oras na kami dito sa parking area niyo. Nakaalis na din mga nakasabay namin. At inuna niyo pa yung ibang bagong dating. Okay lang naman kung palakasan :) tweet ko na lang."


    She went on to add how she was not accommodated well. "Taray ng red cross dito sa subic. D sila namamansin :)” Angelica added.

    The Kapamilya actress also shared that this was not the first time she had a bad experience with the Red Cross. She revealed how she got confusing information about her testing result that made her really anxious.

    "Nung huling beses ako nag pa swab sa red cross, muntik akong mabaliw. Nag padala sila ng email na positive ako sa covid. Pero yung attachment result, negative ako. Ginawa nila yun sa buong olongapo guys. nag sorry naman sila after 12 hours," Angelica tweeted.

    The actress' rants earned reactions from netizens and frontliners who called out her for feeling "entitled" and "privileged."

    John Daniel Isabelo, one of the medical technologists of Subic Red Cross claimed he was aware of what actually happened.

    "Sana po di ka na lang nag-tweet na parang ang lalabas na masama eh kami. You need to take into consideration what’s really happening inside the swabbing facility."

    “Naging lenient naman po kami sa inyo na kahit hindi kayo naka-sched ngayon, siningit pa rin kayo. Paano naman po yung mga nauna sa inyo at nakapila sa tent sa gitna ng init ng araw? Please be considerate."

    “Opo mahal po ang swab fee pero di ibig sabihin nun na pwede niyo na kami ganituhin," he said.

    Another frontliner also asked Angelica to issue a public apology to the health workers of Red Cross Subic for her rant.


    — Sally, The Summit Express

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