John
John hindi nabigyan ng burol ang namatay na ama
SHOW-MY - Salve Asis (Pilipino Star Ngayon) - April 7, 2020 - 12:00am

Dagsa ang nakiramay sa social media sa actor na si John Arcilla matapos nga siyang maglabas ng lungkot sa pagkawala ng ama kahapon. Pero klinaro niyang hindi covid-19 ang cause of death nito.

At dahil nga sa enhanced community quarantine, hindi puwede ang traditional burial kaya hirap siyang tanggapin.

“Dear friends, my father is gone not because of COVID. If not for the Quarantine which I believe is necessary, and this painful circumstance which understandably need not to favor with our grieving family, I would not express anything about my Father’s fate.

“I do not feel good announcing the passing of someone very Dear to me. But the feeling of not seeing even his body for the last time while we’re just here 5 hours away from him, isn’t easy to handle.

“His body is in Baler and due to this situation, wakes and calebrations of mass are not allowed. Our family wishes to Cremate his body and pray together with his URN after this LOCKDOWN but we don’t have crematoriums in Baler and travel permits are complicated to process. The Funeral services can not send their staff with my father’s remains in Cabanatuan or Manila. They can get a travel permit from the origin, but their staff has to be quarantined for 2 weeks or more in their second destination, and has to settle another set of travel permit. So my father’s body will just stay in a Funeral Chapel for two days without the wake and will be burried with restricted attendance of people the next day. Half the number of my siblings are here in Manila and all the grand children are based here. We also need to settle travel permits but they can not guarantee if the checkpoints will allow us to come back to Manila after 2-3 days. Most probably, they will send us back to Baler or we have to be quarantined for 14 days or so in Baler or in between towns. I do not blame anyone for the situation,” mahabang post niya na kinalungkot ng mga nakabasa.

 

 

 

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