“If you don’t have time, you won’t die” – Duterte

MANILA, Philippines – President Rodrigo Duterte believes a person will not die if he does not have time.

In his address to the 2020 General Assembly of the League of Municipalities of the Philippines (LPM), the President spoke about the issue of COVID-19 and how wealthy nations are working to develop a vaccine.

The President said the death was a “destiny” of the people and that it had nothing to do with shaking hands to prevent the virus from spreading.

In fact, even if a million people are citizens if it is not a person’s time, it will not die.

“But if you haven’t reached the vaccine that is really your destiny. You can’t take that handshake-handshake anymore. Even if you go for five million handshakes there, ‘if you don’t have time, you don’t really have time. That’s it, ”the President said.

The President also believes that a COVID-19 vaccine is available.

He also believes that what is happening in the world today where many die is part of the “cleansing.”

It shares what he experienced when he was in elementary school when many died from the Bubonic plague.

President Duterte first challenged the Presidential Security Group’s protocol that prohibits citizens from holding or holding hands to ensure that they are not infected by a virus.