Food Packs Given to Families Under Lockdown in Silay, Negros Occ. Elicit Comments
The photos of food packs given to the families in areas under lockdown in Silay City, Negros Occidental elicit comments online.
The Facebook page “Premiere News Ventures” has shared the photos of the food packs given to the families who were placed under lockdown. The photos circulate online and garnered various reactions from the online community.
The Silay City government is varying the content of the food packs based on the number of members per family. The package contains a lot of foods, which is far from what other local government units are distributing.
The photo show the amount of groceries give to families for families with five or less members. The other photo also show the goods given to the families with six to 10 members. The goods were only given to families under lockdown.
Mark Golez is the Mayor of Silay City, Negros Occidental. Some of the villages in the city have been locked down after several residents have tested positive for the coronavirus disease.
Here is the full post:
“In Silay City, food packs for families in areas under lockdown are based on the number of family members.
The picture below is for families with six to 10 members while the picture above is for families with five or less members.”
The online community also expressed their reactions to the post:
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