Street Vendor Tries Vulcanizing After Losing Livelihood Due to Pandemic

Street Vendor Goes Viral After Trying Street Vulcanizing After Losing Livelihood Due to Health Crisis

A street vendor named Oliver Reyes Jose tried to vulcanize flat tires after losing his livelihood due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Over the past few months, a lot of people in various countries all around the world lost their jobs and livelihoods due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus disease. The virus also affects the global economy.

Most Filipinos are now finding other alternatives to earn money just to feed their family. Many of them are starting small businesses for a living,

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The Facebook page “GMA News” has shared the photos of a street vendor turned into vulcanizing boy after he lost his livelihood due to the health crisis. The photos garnered various reactions from the netizens.

Mang Oliver lost his job as a street vendor due to the effects of the coronavirus disease. Instead of begging money from other people, he tried street vulcanizing along Lawton, Manila for a living.

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Reyes Jose is vulcanizing flat tires of bicycles and motorcycles to earn money and support the financial necessities of his family. The hardworking man said “kahit magkano po ang ibayad nila. Minsan, nauutangan pa ako,” when he was asked about the price of his service.

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The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:

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