Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Empty Gate


CEZ II Gate, General Trias

Usually packed with workers, this gate or commonly called as Gate 5 is almost like an entrance to a ghost town. I do know the operations did resume already even before this month but this new normal surely have affected the number of employees and workers that are striving hard for their daily bread and butter to feed themselves and their families. Praying for all the workers, especially those who live in minimum wages such as manufacturing workers and traffic enforcers. 

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32 comments:

  1. A sad sight indeeed, dear Stevenson.
    Here borders to some countries open up, you can go to Austria, France, Switzerland... normal life slowly returns, schools and kindies open.
    Your country still has code orange to Germany, I really do hope normal working life comes back to us all soon!

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    1. That is very true dearest Iris! It's nice that its slowly getting normal there. Here it is all opening up now but the numbers are at all time high.

      Wishing you all the best dearest Iris and hopefully we can all be back to better stages soon.

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  2. ...ghost towns are springing up everywhere.

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  3. Hello, I pray for all the workers too, it is a strange time. Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy new week!

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  4. It will be interesting to see how long it takes before things seem like they were. If they ever do.

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    1. Oh yes Jeanie. It really does look like a miracle is what everybody needs.

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  5. Some places are like a ghost town here. Hopefully things get back to normal so people can survive and places like this will be buzzing again soon :-)

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    1. A very big yes to that Ananka, buzzing with happiness and safety!

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  6. I can tell there is more cars and people out and about here...just wondering if there will be a big spike in the corona virus because of it.

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    1. That is right Rose. Numbers here are at all time high when everything is opened so the graph of data shows almost a 90 degree spike since June 1st.

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  7. Oh what an eerie sight - and the implications of lost jobs and incomes is harsh.
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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    1. That is very true! the world has been living on a trade-off between income and safety :( Stay safe dearest Maxine!

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  8. I feel very sad for all those who normally already live with difficulties and who now must be struggling even more.

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    1. Super super true Sami. Even if I am having a lot of problems specifically anxiety which frequently visits me again these past few weeks, I know a lot of my countrymen experience problems tenfold than mine :(

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  9. Yes, it is a struggle to get back to some sense of 'normal' ~ Great photo that says a lot ~

    Be Safe, Be Well,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  10. A sad time for the world but we struggle as we move forward. Stay safe, my friend!

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    1. Very true Bill, We really do struggle but I hope it will be lighter for all of us soon! Have a great evening my friend Bill and a great Wednesday ahead!

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  11. It’s a different world everywhere! We do need to remember to honor the workers who keep our daily lives going.

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    1. A very big yes to that dear Sallie! Without them, we would not have survived even a month of lockdown.

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  12. Oh my gosh hard times for so many SQ, we have to hope they will be able to recover at some point, sooner rather than later šŸ’œ

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    1. That is very true Grace, Prayer work wonders, especially on hopeless cases like these. Hugs!!!

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  13. It is scary, this quiet world, isn't it? Hopefully people can work from home. The balancing act between work and safety is such a balancing act. Hope all is well.

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    1. Very very true Erika. This pandemic really showed us the importance of balance in everything, even the earth is making its way to do its own balancing. Please stay safe!

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