Online Seller Allegedly Selling N-95 Masks Online Elicited Comments Online
An online seller earned criticism and elicits comments online after finding out that he purchase all N-95 masks in a drugstore and sell it online.
Heavy ash emitted by the Taal Volcano reached about a kilometer when it exploded at around 2 pm this Sunday, January 12th. As a result residence near the area is forced to evacuate the area as soon as possible.
The ashfall is currently being experienced in areas around the Taal Volcano and even parts of Metro Manila. In Cavite, the smell of sulfur dioxide is strong.
The Department of Health has warned of the severe effects of ashfall. Everyone is advised to wear face masks (N95-Mask is recommended to avoid inhaling ashes), goggles and stay indoors.
In our previous article, The prices of face masks in Manila climbed up to P200 due to the eruption of Taal Volcano, Vice Mayor Honey Lacuna-Pangan says. Lacuna-Pangan revealed that her office received reports that N95 masks were being sold for P200 from the previous P25 to P30 only.
Meanwhile, a concerned netizen shared a screenshot of an online seller who allegedly purchases all N-95 masks in a drugstore and sells it online worth 150 pesos each. The netizen expresses dismay to the online seller because instead of donating it he takes advantage of masks shortage.
The online seller earned criticism and elicited comments from other netizens. Other netizens also share on the comments other online sellers who take advantage of masks shortage to earned money.
This post proves that are some people have that kind of attitude and deeds amid calamities. Because instead of doing good deeds to his fellow countrymen it just takes advantage of it.
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