Singer & Army Reservist RONNIE LIANG Helped Transport Health Workers And Other Frontliners
Hearing the call of duty to help the government implement the measures to mitigate the effects of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), singer and army reservist Ronnie Liang joined the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) in transporting stranded commuters and healthcare workers to hospitals. This after President Rodrigo Duterte placed Luzon under enhanced community quarantine.
"I want to help & contribute and be part of the solution," the hitmaker wrote alongside photos of him escorting medical personnels to a shuttle bus.
Call of duty! 🇵🇭— RonnieLiang (@ronnieliang) March 18, 2020
I want to help & contribute and be part of the solution.
2LT RonnieLiang (RES)
Transporting stranded commuters and medical personnel in Metro Manila amid the community quarantine due to #COVID19 #QuarantinePH #armycares@hukbongkatihan @TeamAFP pic.twitter.com/6ggZxWj0Hf
In a separate post, he can be seen sitting inside an army truck full of what seemed to be relief packages. In the caption, he used the hashtag #ParaSaBayan alongside the Philippine flag.
Aside from receiving his rank as 2nd lieutenant from Armor "Pambato" Division, the OPM balladeer is also a licensed pilot.
As we have earlier reported, he is set to star in the Njel de Mesa-directed romantic comedy film Harang which is inspired by the hit Korean drama Crash Landing On You starring Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin.