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  1. #13568
    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    In mid June I was expecting Cebu City to go to MGCQ and to see some areas on new normal. The reversion of Cebu City to ECQ was unexpected as I thought the worse would be stay as it was.

    I would be happy under MGCQ if the dive operato0 rs were open and the over 60 restriction was not enforced.
    The Barretto bars are starting to open. The over 60 crowd seem to be moving freely as that is the majority of the expats that live here. How many under 60 retirees in Barretto 7 or 9? Nine people can't support the bars LOL. Travel from AC has been relaxed but even still there won't be many customers. It was slow before the travel ban and Covid thing. Beer prices went up as the government imposed a tax rate increase but I don't think that extra 10 pesos is going to deter very many. There will be about 10 of the regular bars open by tomorrow. I guess this will be interesting. Stay tuned.

  2. #13567
    Quote Originally Posted by Beavis  [View Original Post]
    I think the keyword here is "guess" none of us have a clue right now. As things are loosening up slightly it could go the other way as it has in Cebu. Only time will tell.
    In mid June I was expecting Cebu City to go to MGCQ and to see some areas on new normal. The reversion of Cebu City to ECQ was unexpected as I thought the worse would be stay as it was.

    I would be happy under MGCQ if the dive operato0 rs were open and the over 60 restriction was not enforced.

  3. #13566
    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    I think you are a little optimistic there RK. My guess, and it is just a guess, is that we will be under some form of community quarantine until after that. Internal movement will remain difficult until into the New year.

    If a vaccine was discovered today, one that was 100% effective and safe. It would take at least several months for it to be rolled out and administered to sufficient people world wide to allow a return to a semblance of normal.

    The lingering economic impact will last until well into 2021 if not into 2022.
    I think the keyword here is "guess" none of us have a clue right now. As things are loosening up slightly it could go the other way as it has in Cebu. Only time will tell.

  4. #13565
    Quote Originally Posted by RedKilt  [View Original Post]

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    Cool your jets guys. Take cold showers and resign yourself to the fact that you shouldn't come to the Phils for at least 3 or 4 more months.
    I think you are a little optimistic there RK. My guess, and it is just a guess, is that we will be under some form of community quarantine until after that. Internal movement will remain difficult until into the New year.

    If a vaccine was discovered today, one that was 100% effective and safe. It would take at least several months for it to be rolled out and administered to sufficient people world wide to allow a return to a semblance of normal.

    The lingering economic impact will last until well into 2021 if not into 2022.

  5. #13564
    Quote Originally Posted by RedKilt  [View Original Post]
    Cool your jets guys. Take cold showers and resign yourself to the fact that you shouldn't come to the Phils for at least 3 or 4 more months.
    Nice common sense report RK. Some just don't get it. They will read the attached link from the Inquire today and think life is back to normal but they won't read the last part of the article that says they can't enter. Plus if over 60 as some are they spend lots of cash to sit in a hotel alone eating pinoy food (assuming they can get in!) LMFAO.

    https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/130197...-resume-july-8

  6. #13563

    To those wishing to visit PH as soon as possible

    To all the guys not in the Philippines who are desperately checking ISG Phils thread daily to see when you can get back here as quickly as possible:

    Let me assure you that you don't want to be here right now despite having 100's of girls on line offering you all manner of promises for what you will be able to do with and to them when you get here (for a price of course).

    Most shops are still closed. Very few people around, and those locals that are around are very leery of foreigners (since they are known carriers of deadly international germs LOL).

    Most hotels have strict quarantine provisions so you will not be having an endless stream of visitors. Condos have strict regulations for visitors, and every barangay council has its own set of rules. For example, if you are over 60 you can walk down one street but if you cross the road into another barangay you can be stopped and fined. You can also be fined if you don't wear a mask, and the locals will quickly report you too.

    The new terrorism bill passed last week makes it much easier for LE to charge foreigners for any sort of misadventure (even if it's an accident). Don't believe any desperate women who say that everything is OK now. It's not.

    My regular massage woman wants me to let her come to my condo even though my condo is relaxing visitor rules from this weekend, but I know she lives in one of the hot-spot areas and I don't want her in my place getting all close and personal right now. She has not been tested but she assures me she has not had any contact with the virus.

    Of course she doesn't know that.

    Thankfully I have my own condo and I haven't moved further than 2 blocks from home in the past month and don't plan to do so.

    Life in PH now is very much different to how it used to be in February 2020.

    Cool your jets guys. Take cold showers and resign yourself to the fact that you shouldn't come to the Phils for at least 3 or 4 more months.

  7. #13562

    Forearms Like Popeye

    Quote Originally Posted by ChochaMonger  [View Original Post]
    ....unless upper class Pinays start selling pussy to old foreign mongers for some odd reason.
    I don't think the upper class madams who live in gated communities like Forbes Park would be too interested in a white, septuagenarian monger's shrivelled cock. Those HiSo Pinays don't value the US passport nor the promise of eternal riches in RWML too highly. They have it all already. In fact, to be seen in Manila with a white monger would be social suicide for them. The average monger still needs to trawl through thousands of profiles on PL, FC or DIA for a low class root with a dirt poor nincompoop. In any case, it is all rather academic since no monger, unless already in Flipsville, is going to taste brown pussy any time soon. The Wuhan Reaper has put an end to all such fantasies. I don't know why they are wasting so much time on dating sites since it will yield zero results. A box of Kleenex and endless re-runs of Trike Patrol, Slopebang.com or Pinayot.com will have to do for the next year or two. At least those mongers will soon have forearms like Popeye! Hahahaha.

  8. #13561
    Quote Originally Posted by MontanaMonger  [View Original Post]

    ....

    "Lorenzana claims COVID-19 cases have 'plateaued'; 80% of PH to be on MGCQ on July 16".

    https://coconuts.co/manila/news/lore...cq-on-july-16/
    I think that there is a misunderstanding what MGCQ means. It allows limited openings, service industries at limited capacity, it still does not allow under 20 and over 60 free travel.

    It does not allow free inter-provincial travel.

    It definitely does not allow international arrivals.

    My guess is that we will not have easy travel around the country until late in this year and no international tourist arrivals until sometime mid 2021. This may change drastically if a vaccine, or cure, or preventative medicine becomes widely available.

  9. #13560
    Quote Originally Posted by MontanaMonger  [View Original Post]
    " Lorenzana claimed that the World Health Organization predicted that the coronavirus would have killed almost 7,000 Filipinos in the first three months of the lockdown, with cases reaching as high as 75,000. As of yesterday, the country has 38,085 reported COVID-19 cases, with 1,274 deaths and 10,673 recoveries. ".

    Philippines government remains glass half full on its fight with COVID, I think they might push for reopening their economy sooner than "worst case".

    Since the cases don't reflect the worst case scenario, I think we see them experiment with reopening despite the rising number of infected cases. Regardless of it being bad or not as bad, public sentiment and the liability placed on local government and business owners keeps this lockdown firmly in place.
    MM,

    You seem obsessed with this matter and truly believe in Santa. Where in all this stuff does it say 'tourist visas will be issued' or even better 'tourist visas will be issued without the tourist going to mandatory quarantine and pay for it'.

    Get real, while the figures are better than the USA (but all countries are) this does not seem to be a sensible way to try and persuade the Philippine government to let you back to the country to help your MSB (massive sperm build up) problem.

    Hopefully can get a refund for whatever ticket / hotel you have booked as most mongers I speak to are planning 2 Q 2021 before they go back.

    Read the sensible reports from other posters about the situation on the ground and then out that into your crystal ball please.

  10. #13559
    Quote Originally Posted by RedKilt  [View Original Post]
    Yes. All of Manila (that's "old" Manila inc Malate, Ermita, Paco, Binondo, Intramuros and Tondo) are seeing large spikes in infections.

    I definitely wouldn't be liaising with anyone from those areas.

    The other problem you might encounter is that those areas may well be totally locked-down by the time you are in the NCR. The Mayor Isko Mareno was on TV earlier syaing that he was thinking he will have to do that because of the infection rates.
    How sad! Most of the girls that mongers root hail from Malate, Ermita, Paco, Binondo, Intramuros and Tondo. It would be difficult for a monger to find a good root without enlisting the services of such girls and possibly copping a case of the deadly bat virus in the process. The alternative is to remain locked away living a sexless existence in Manila until the tsunami of bat virus subsides unless upper class Pinays start selling pussy to old foreign mongers for some odd reason. Rumor has it that glory holes are making a comeback in the time of coronavirus, as mongers can safely get their marshmallows sucked through a hole in the wall.

  11. #13558
    " Lorenzana claimed that the World Health Organization predicted that the coronavirus would have killed almost 7,000 Filipinos in the first three months of the lockdown, with cases reaching as high as 75,000. As of yesterday, the country has 38,085 reported COVID-19 cases, with 1,274 deaths and 10,673 recoveries. ".

    Philippines government remains glass half full on its fight with COVID, I think they might push for reopening their economy sooner than "worst case".

    Since the cases don't reflect the worst case scenario, I think we see them experiment with reopening despite the rising number of infected cases. Regardless of it being bad or not as bad, public sentiment and the liability placed on local government and business owners keeps this lockdown firmly in place.

    When the public starts to not fear this virus regardless of the real safety or the lack there of and we see the onus put on patrons rather than governments and businesses, I think we see things reopen for real.

    "Lorenzana claims COVID-19 cases have 'plateaued'; 80% of PH to be on MGCQ on July 16".

    https://coconuts.co/manila/news/lore...cq-on-july-16/

  12. #13557
    Quote Originally Posted by Goferring  [View Original Post]
    As someone who has semi regular malaria relapses, I wouldn't recommend intentionally catching a disease in the hope of building an immunity. Proven immunization is fine but anything else, I'd avoid especially as we all get older.

    Cheers. G.
    Malaria is a parasite not a virus or a bacteria so there is no immunity to it.

    However your point is well made. With Covid we don't really know about immunity, it is appearing that the worse your symptom the more immunity gained but that is about the limit of our knowledge.

  13. #13556
    Quote Originally Posted by ForkTruck  [View Original Post]
    Sorry to hear about your malaria bouts, I didn't know it is a relapsing illness. ........Probably would kill me now in my 70's.
    It depends on the strain. Some do, some don't. I've seen a few guys whose relapse was far worse than their original case. Sometimes the relapse can be decades later and if often caused by another stressor: change in location, climate, fatigue etc.

    Cheers. G.

  14. #13555
    Quote Originally Posted by SteveNash  [View Original Post]

    I have a cutie from Tondo, she told me she lives in the good side of Tondo not the poor side and from her facebook pics she doesn't look poor, she has a nice bedroom with aircond.

    Does Tondo have a bad coronavirus epidemic? Or you just think because most of Tondo is a poor area so they might all have the virus.
    Yes. All of Manila (that's "old" Manila inc Malate, Ermita, Paco, Binondo, Intramuros and Tondo) are seeing large spikes in infections.

    I definitely wouldn't be liaising with anyone from those areas.

    The other problem you might encounter is that those areas may well be totally locked-down by the time you are in the NCR. The Mayor Isko Mareno was on TV earlier syaing that he was thinking he will have to do that because of the infection rates.

  15. #13554
    Quote Originally Posted by Goferring  [View Original Post]
    As someone who has semi regular malaria relapses, I wouldn't recommend intentionally catching a disease in the hope of building an immunity. Proven immunization is fine but anything else, I'd avoid especially as we all get older.

    Cheers. G.
    I'm with you. I've had malaria twice and it's not an experience I would wish on anyone. The more science is uncovering about COVID-19, and its possible long lasting effects on health, the more it seems prudent to avoid it.

    GE.

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