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Sara Duterte reminds supporters to observe physical distancing in Cabanatuan sortie

By: - Correspondent / @AMGalangINQ
/ 04:59 PM February 11, 2022

Vice presidential aspirant and Davao City Mayor Sara Dutere-Carpio greets her supporters in Cabanatuan City on Feb. 11, granting their request for photo opportunities. (Contributed)

CABANATUAN CITY––Vice presidential candidate and Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio reminded on Friday her supporters in this city to observe physical distancing even as she granted their request for “selfies.”

Duterte-Carpio was in this city to grace the opening of two campaign headquarters for her team in Barangays Sumacab and Bantug. She also met with some local politicians.

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Emerging from the inauguration, Duterte-Carpio greeted her supporters waiting along Maharlika Highway.

In several instances, she flashed a placard with a reminder to follow physical distancing, one of the rules of the Commission on Elections in sorties.

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“Kailangan may social distancimg dahil magagalit po ang Comelec ‘pag hindi natin sinunod ang minimum public health standards,” Duterte-Carpio said as she thanked the people of Nueva Ecija for their “warm welcome.”

While getting a “warm” welcome Friday in Cabanatuan City, Vice presidential candidate and Davao City Mayor Sara Dutere-Carpio reminds her supporters to observe physical distancing. (Contributed))

Duterte was joined by the senatorial candidate and former Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista and House Speaker Lord Allan Velasco. INQ

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