PHOTOS of the Metro Manila Skyline and the Manila Bay have been posted by many netizens lately and they show how clean the air and the water have become since we went on a lockdown. It looks like Mother Nature is cleansing itself and getting rid of all the pollution we, the city’s inhabitants, have caused it to accumulate all these years.
Hotshot Kapuso news anchor Raffy Tima is one of those who took photos of the city’s surrounding areas. He took them from the top of GMA Network’s building at Timog Avenue corner EDSA and the pictures he shared on social media are really amazing. The sky is so blue, without any smog from the usual thousands of vehicles that ply EDSA every day before.
Everything is so clear you can see Mount Samat in distant Bataan and the shrine on top of it. You can even see some ships docked at the bay. On the east side, you can see the mountains of Sierra Madre and the foothills of Antipolo and San Mateo, Rizal. Truly astonishing.
Raffy continues to host news programs on GMA-7. Loyal Kapuso viewers continue to depend on their Serbisyong totoo as the most credible news channel. Even on radio,
Super Radyo DZBB 594khz continues to be the choice for the news in the morning for their Dobol B sa News TV. On weekend, you can watch “24 Oras Weekend” both on GMA-7 and GMA News TV. In the evening, primetime newscast “24 Oras” can also be seen on simulcast. People are now more hungry for the latest news stories to keep track on what’s happening here and abroad while we’re facing the corona crisis.
Meantime, the regional newcast in different parts of the country also continue. For North and Central Luzon, GMA Regional TV offers “Balitang Amianan”. For Eastern and Central Visayas, they have “Balitang Bisdak”. For those in Western Visayas, they have “One Western Visayas”. And for Mindanao, they have “One Mindanao”. We salute all the Kapuso reporters all over the country who continue take risk in these dangerous times just to bring the latest news stories to our viewers and listeners. That’s what Serbisyong Totoo is really all about.