Quezon Fourth District Representative Angelina “Helen” Tan is warning voters in the province on fake news spreading over social media that seek to destroy her reputation as the 2022 polls near.
Tan already filed her certificate of candidacy to run for the Quezon province gubernatorial post under the Nationalist People’s Coalition (NPC). She will have Lucena City Councilor Anacleto “Third” Alcala III as her running mate.
“The reception of our countrymen in Quezon province towards the Vaccinatio Program of Doktora Helen Tan was very good. The Department of Health and the private sector are also supporting the initiative, so there are people who have nothing to do but to spread fake news to criticize the programs of Doktora Helen Tan,” a post from the Facebook page Doktora Helen Tan said in Filipino.
“But we have proven that even with those who are criticizing the program, for as along as we deliver the program in an orderly and fast manner with health protocols observed, the programs of Doktora Helen Tan in Quezon province will continue to get support,” it added in Filipino.
On Thursday at Gumaca, Tan led the administration of 1,000 doses of AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccines donated by San Miguel Corporation head Ramon S. Ang.
Then there was a social media post saying that there were violations during the vaccination event.
The camp of Tan has been warning voters in Quezon to be wary of fake news being spread by her detractors as the 2022 polls are nearing.