His family said that a 28-year-old Filipino man was allegedly killed by village guards who were quarantined and reported. At that time, the village guards allegedly forced 300 exercises to his death.
According to Rappler, Darren Manaog Peñaredondo was found buying drinking water after 6pm, allegedly violating the Covid curfew in General Trias, Cavite province. The province is in an “enhanced community quarantine status”
Peñaredondo’s partner Reichelyn Balce told Rappler that Peñaredondo and another person who allegedly violated Covid restrictions “was taken to Malabon Plaza in front of the City Hall. They were then told to do 100 pumping exercises last Thursday.
Allegedly, if the authorities are not synchronized, the two will be forced to repeat the exercise and eventually force the pair to exercise (similar to the pumping action of a squat), performed 3,000 times, Balce wrote in a Facebook post.
Balls wrote that Peña Redondo returned home at 8 am the next morning. He was so tired that he could hardly move without help. Peñaredondo told Balce that he also “falled several times” during practice.
She wrote: “All day long, he was trying to walk, just crawling.” Later that day, he began to have a seizure and his heart stopped beating. He was briefly resurrected, but died around 10pm.
The city’s police chief, Lieutenant Colonel Marlo Nillo Solero, told Rappler that there is no such punishment. People who violated Covid restrictions. He said: “On the contrary, we conduct lectures.”
The mayor of the city, General Trias, mayor Antonio Ferrer (Antonio Ferrer) confirmed in a Facebook statement that an investigation is underway.
“Goodbye brother, we love you so much,” Balce wrote. “We will not allow justice not to be done for your loss.”
After the coronavirus infection began to overwhelm many hospitals in the capital and surrounding areas, the Philippine government extended the nationwide lockdown for another week.
The Philippines has reported 795,000 cases and 13,425 deaths, the highest case in Southeast Asia after Indonesia.