San Jose Mayor Kokoy Salvador pleads followers to stop spreading fake news
San Jose City Nueva Ecija Mayor Kokoy Salvador pleaded on his Facebook account.
He asked his constituents to not add insult injury and cause more stress. He called on everyone in Facebook to stop spreading fake news. He even sarcastically threatened those who wouldn’t stop from gossiping that he would send them to the quarantine facility.
So to make it clear once and for all, six people are currently quarantined in the town’s facility. All of these are family members of the patient. It’s also not true that a cashier in WalterMart was tested positive of the COVID-19 virus.
The mayor again reminded everyone to wash hands frequently, wear a face mask and observe physical distancing. Don’t spread fake news and follow the precautionary measures.
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