TV Patrol News Anchors Henry Omaga-Diaz, Bernadette Sembrano Under Self-Quarantine
HENRY OMAGA-DIAZ – The TV Patrol new anchor and his fellow anchor, Bernadette Sembrano, are currently under self-quarantine.
Undeniably, the COVID-19 pandemic is posting a bigger challenge in the Philippines now following another spike of the cases in the country. For several days now, the daily record holds at least 7,000 new cases of the disease.
The healthcare system of PH is once again on a tough battle against the pandemic. Many hospitals most especially in Luzon that are reaching their full capacities. The authorities have set up pop-up hospitals to aid in catering services to the patients.
Currently, the whole National Capital Region (NCR) is under Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine or MECQ. The same measures is implemented in the provinces of Bulacan, Rizal, Cavite, and Laguna.
A lot of people are contracting COVID-19 disease daily and many also lost their lives to it. There are also known personalities in the different fields who are under self-quarantine now.
Recently, Julius Babao announced that he together with Karen Davila and Alvin Elchico will temporarily be the news anchors of TV Patrol. According to him, Henry Omaga-Diaz and Bernadette Sembrano are under self-quarantine now.
Henry Omaga-Diaz and Bernadette Sembrano are both among the longest anchors in TV Patrol. Amid the pandemic, many are also worried about Kabayan Noli de Castro who is now in his senior years.
Currently, the vaccination is ongoing in the Philippines. Many healthcare workers, the top priority in the vaccination drive, have already been vaccinated. The senior citizens are also among those who are priorities in the administration of the vaccine.
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