Health workers blast gov’t for passing burden of COVID-19 testing to private sector

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MANILA, Philippines —The Alliance of Health Workers lambasted the national government for having “no program” for COVID-19 mass testing and leaving it up to the private sector to pay for the detection of the disease in their employees.
There have been three extensions of the lockdown in the Philippines. The first one was supposed to end on April 12, with the government announcing that it would start mass testing on April 15. But to date, it has not done any mass testing.
“We are so disgusted with government’s privatized response in dealing with COVID-19 pandemic while abandoning its state responsibility for health workers’ safety and people’s right to public health. Massive testing w…

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