Couple Goes Viral After They Find Missing Dog While Looking for Paracetamol
A couple looking for paracetamol went viral on social media after they allegedly found a dog who is missing for over 3-weeks.
According to uploader Yolly Nemul Flores, they were combing several medicine stores for paracetamol due to a spike in COVID-19 infections following the holidays. Instead, their search led them to their cousin’s dog.
The dog has been missing for three weeks, according to Flores. The dog can be seen bouncing with joy after being reunited with its owner, based in a video released by Yolly Flores.
The video captioned “After three weeks, finally we found you” has gone viral and become well-loved by netizens. Netizens have expressed a variety of emotions in response to Flores’s touching video.
Due to increased demand, paracetamol brands in Metro Manila and other adjacent provinces have been unavailable in recent days as many people feel ill with COVID-19 symptoms. On social media, users expressed their dissatisfaction with their inability to get paracetamol brands and anti-flu medications, which were out of stock in medicine stores.
Meanwhile, despite increased demand that left a number of Metro Manila medicine stores out of stock, paracetamol supplies would stabilize this week, according to Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez. According to Lopez, they promptly notified pharmaceutical producers to refill their supply to drug shops, as demand spiked owing to the flu season and a recent increase in COVID-19 cases.
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