News #PhilHealth trends on Twitter UAE, user says OFWs not...

#PhilHealth trends on Twitter UAE, user says OFWs not a milking cow

-

The government of the Philippines through PhilHealth is now requiring all overseas Filipino workers to pay 3 to five percent of their salaries as direct contributor of premium insurance, and Twitter users are so against this ‘unconscionable and insensitive’ decision.

The hashtag #PhilHealth did not only trend on Twitter Philippines but also here in the UAE.

Here are some of the reactions from the users:

@teamphilhealth You know what’s even PAINFUL? All stated was how much to pay but never stated how its gonna benifit us OFW’s. #philhealth pic.twitter.com/5md4MvhsBi— Sarah (@FilipinaAbroad) May 3, 2020

OFWs are not milking cow. NO to Philhealth’s 3% Premium Payment from OFW’s salary.#philhealth #sayitsocial #NoToPhilhealthMandatoryContribution pic.twitter.com/ll5utDZsjE— Say it Social (@sayitsocial) May 3, 2020

OFWs are crying because of the new Philhealth provision.

They blame bill authors and co authors, even past administration, for the new law.

They blame everyone except The President who request the Senate to pass the bill urgently and subsequently signed it. ?‍♀️ pic.twitter.com/mb7u4uodXS— Iya (@yangsmind) May 3, 2020

Common sense PhilHealth, OFW membership should not be mandatory. We don’t need redundant health insurance, lest an extra one that care less. pic.twitter.com/9GWTMjmBpP— ikeng davan (@ikeMTG1724) May 3, 2020

NO TO MANDATORY PhilHealth CONTRIBUTION. NO TO 3% – 5%. This is too much. ??? @teamphilhealth pic.twitter.com/y568142Wg5— Mr. Chan (@JMTian) May 3, 2020

Can us OFWs not be silent about this? Its frustrating especially on family like ours where 3 of us in the family is working overseas, imagine that’s 60,000php for us annually at 3% in 2020 and could go up to 90,000php at 5% on 2025. Shame on you @teamphilhealth #Philhealth— C? (@kayiskim) May 3, 2020

All OFW Are Against this STUPID Philhealth BILL.
Tatay Digong Would mind please to reconsider your approval to this Bill if still love the OFW?— @Noldskie75 (@TolorioV) May 3, 2020

Its more FUNds in the Philippines. #philhealth #Philippines pic.twitter.com/AHQVxueQnq— ʙᴇʀʏʟ #ʙɪsᴅᴀᴋ (@bisdak_ni) May 3, 2020

Is #PHILHEALTH really obligating OFW’s to contribute a 3% of their wage? Seriously Philhealth?! Stop treating OFW’s as your milking cows! They deserve better.— Teena Ditona (@teena_ditona) May 3, 2020

Ryan Namia
Ryan Namia spends most of his days reading over drafts of new written content and determining which ones make the final cut for online and print publication. He received his Bachelor's degree in Journalism in 2015 and has been writing since 2016. Got a story to tell? Email him at eic@theglobalfilipinomagazine.com. Or follow his IG @rtnamia.

Latest news

21-year-old Montenegrin wins coveted Le Flaire Dubai

Srdjan Miljenovic, a 21-year-old model and influencer from Kotor, Montenegro, earned the coveted Face of Le Flaire...

Striving for never ending improvement: OFW fulfills dreams in UAE

Undoubtedly, moving abroad is a challenge. For some, it could be the biggest one they will ever...

OFW proves one can be better with second chance

They say that second chances are not given to make things right but to prove that one...

‘Life won’t be easy, but keep going’

Life is not easy. One must have perseverance and, above all, confidence. This is the exact formula...
- Advertisement -

‘Finding a way to survive’: OFW in Dubai drowned in debt shares ‘golden’ rules of success

Ayah Lacanaria Fuentes lost her work even before the pandemic took a toll on the world economy...

Filipina artist making waves in Dubai

Born to a family of artists in Davao City in the Philippines, Maria Elsa Eman Bacharpa is...

Must read

Heart’s face shield is now available in UAE and it costs AED253

The face shield that Heart Evangelista posted...

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you