Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) Deputy Administrator Mocha Uson suggested that someone should be accountable for spreading fake news in relatioon to the issue about Department of Health (DOH) allegedly ordering East Avenue Medical Center (EAMC) to stop counting COVID-19 related deaths in the said hospital.
News achor and broadcaster Arnold ‘Igan’ Clavio posted on Instagram that COVID-19 fatalities were put in the hallway of a hospital in Metro Manila.
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DoH Secretary denied such allegation and the management of EAMC also denied such claims.
Uson retweeted the official statement of EAMC and tweeted “Panagutin ang nagpapakalat ng FAKE NEWS!”
Panagutin ang nagpapakalat ng FAKE NEWS! https://t.co/YpS6ySgbVK
— Mocha Uson Blog (@MochaUson) April 11, 2020
(Photo source: Twitter – @MochaUson)