With the number of COVID-19 cases in the Philippines increasing, the need for workers on the frontlines is more important than ever.
ONE Championship’s Danny “The King” Kingad recognizes the doctors and nurses, the security guards and food processors, the police and emergency responders as the real heroes during this time.
“I am so grateful to our frontliners who are putting their lives on the line just to serve this country, especially now since the cases continue to rise here in this country,” Kingad said.
“There are a lot of cases where doctors and nurses have already died and yet they are still there, working and serving us to the best of their abilities.”
Kingad has been following the government’s guidelines amid the pandemic by training at home, and he believes the country will benefit if we all stay indoors.
“We all can help in this war against coronavirus. The best way for us is to follow the guidelines and stay at home so we can avoid contracting and spreading the virus. That is a big help, not only for us, but for the frontliners who are serving as well,” Kingad said.
“We all know that we are having shortages of beds in hospitals because of the rapid rise, so if we can follow instructions, this will be a big help in combating this virus.”
“The King” knows the enormity of the challenge everyone is facing right now, but he is confident that with discipline, the Philippines will overcome the pandemic.
“We just have to trust what the government is doing and follow their protocols. Unlike the frontliners, we don’t have to risk our lives to help, so we have to do our part and stay at home,” Kingad said.
“It won’t be easy, but with discipline, I believe we can overcome the challenges we are facing now.”
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