[Backliners] Food delivery can save more lives in this pandemic

When the door closes, a window will open. It happened to Mark Leaño, 25, a rider. He was one of the Angkas riders who was disenfranchised by the government order giving 20,000 riders ceiling to the motorcycle taxi company. Then comes the pandemic. For a month he was dependent on the government ‘ayuda” in his home in Tondo. But it was never sufficient for his family.

When the door closes, a window will open. It happened to Mark Leaño, 25, a rider.   He was one of the Angkas riders who was disenfranchised by the government order giving 20,000 riders ceiling to the motorcycle taxi company.   Then comes the pandemic. For a month he was dependent on the government ‘ayuda” in his home in Tondo. But it was never sufficient for his family.

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