JOSEPH MORONG/GMA-7: Sir, ang concern ko, sir, papaano kung halimbawa ‘no ay nagpatuloy iyong ganitong klaseng trend, mga 1,500 to 2,000 cases every day and then iyon pong dumadami iyong ating paggamit ng mga critical care facilities. Kapag, sir, nagpatuloy iyan—I mean, of course, we have nine days, pero kung halimbawa na wala na tayong magagawa to lower these numbers, are we going back to MECQ? And a related question is; Will it be difficult for the government to return to an MECQ?
SEC. AÑO: There’s always the possibility of going back to MECQ or even ECQ depende sa development. And even the President said na—actually, noong huling meeting namin, he was opting for MECQ, but we requested the President that our NCR mayors really promised that they will make sure that localized lockdown are implemented. So andiyan din iyong possibility, Joseph. It depends really on the data analysis.
JOSEPH MORONG/GMA-7: Pero, sir, ibig sabihin, this trend does not lend to a decision na MECQ?
SEC. AÑO: No, I cannot say that, Joseph, kasi maraming factors ang tinitingnan natin dito – the doubling rate, of course iyong sinabi mo, iyong health utilization rate and of course, iyon nga, iyong other risk factors. So as of today, hindi pa talaga natin masasabi iyan. So we’ll just await for the coming days sa mga development.