“Hate the virus, but don’t hate the Chinese people. Remember they are still human and they’re struggling too.”
Ito ang pinaglalaban ng mga netizen sa gitna ng pagkumpirma ng Department of Health ng unang kaso ng coronavirus sa Pilipinas at pagkagalit ng iba sa mga Chinese na pinagmulan ng virus.
Naawa ang mga netizen nang kumalat sa social media ang mga litrato at video ng mga kaganapan sa China kung saan nag-iiyakan ang mga biktima at mga kaanak nila.
Anila, hindi dapat sisihin ang China dahil biktima rin ang mga ito kaya binuhay nila ang hashtag na #PrayForChina.
— tel ♠️ (@WElYlNGS) January 31, 2020
Instead of blaming them, let’s pray for China especially those who risk their lives in helping those who are greatly affected by this crisis. Hate the virus, but don’t hate the Chinese people. Remember they are still human and they’re struggling too. #PrayforChina pic.twitter.com/AJo9CxXfCZ
— shawn (@theshawnmendez) January 31, 2020
I ain’t blaming China nor intended to be racist when I said the government should’ve banned chinese people coming to the Philippines. It is for the safety of our health and to stop spreading of the virus. But yes, #PrayForChina and hoping that the virus will be gone soon.
— Rosarys ✈️ #WEBELONGINMNL (@immashikshin) January 31, 2020
#PrayForChina Feeling sad to all Chinese. Please stop accusing them. It breaks ? my heart. I’m not Chinese but, I feel the sadness through their eyes. Please pray & love one another.
— カりん (@Karen57305093) January 31, 2020
— Memar Colon (@Memar1431) January 31, 2020
Please dont blame them that they got flu.. They are all victims too. Hayss hope everyone is safe. Lets pray ??#PrayForChina
— JWolf (@jamunplugged) January 31, 2020
— Kurt Laurence (@_krtlrncrlf) January 31, 2020
— Sheena Kaye Entila (@sheenakye) January 31, 2020
Yes ! because they are humans too … the virus is the real enemy … let’s stop being racist and just pray that this thing would be over because it will benefit us all….
— Li’l ms_ SunShine =) (@u_makemesmyle) January 31, 2020