Man Wears Power Ranger Costume as ‘Protection’ Against COVID-19

Man in Pasig Wears Power Ranger Costume as Protection Goes Viral

Man in Pasig City spotted wearing Power Ranger costume serves as protection against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

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Previously, the entire Luzon has been under enhanced community quarantine until April 13, which includes suspension of classes for all levels and strict home quarantine, to curb the spread COVID-19. The Philippines, under a state of calamity since Monday, President Rodrigo Duterte declared as the confirmed cases of coronavirus disease still continue to rise.

Recently, the Facebook page News 5 shares a photo of a resident in Pasig City named Paolo Belleza where he was spotted wearing a full costume of Power Ranger the Black one among five members.

In the photos, Paolo was seen doing grocery shopping on one of the mall in Pasig. According to the post, Paolo just want to spread good vibes on social media amid crisis the Philippines is facing right now.

“Ayon kay Paolo, gusto lang niyang maghatid ng good vibes ngayong may COVID-19 crisis,” written on the post.

Meanwhile, photos of Paolo have gone viral on social media as his mission to bring good vibes to netizens has accomplished. Netizens express hilarious reactions towards the photos.

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