Man Cycled 10 Days From Paranaque To East Samar To Go Home

If some of us were lucky enough to return home immediately and safely to stay there during the quarantine because there are lots of individuals that were stranded from a city where they work and because of the pandemic they lost their jobs and has no other option but to go home but they find it hard because of the lack of money and considering other quarantine protocols, like for a 19-year-old guy named Peter Roncales.

He traveled ten days from Parañaque City to his hometown in Eastern Samar only through a bicycle. Monday night, he arrived at the checkpoint of the Taft Municipality after traveling nearly 1,000 kilometers. He lost his job and stayed in Manila. 

He also said that he did not have enough money for the fare, even though it was difficult, he decided to ride a bicycle to go home instead. When Roncales arrived at the checkpoint of Municipality of Taft, a frontline named Christian Evardone took pity on him and decided to give him food and water. He even noticed that Roncales was very tired and still wet from the rain.
Christian helped Peter to reach for the help of the Municipality to pick him up. When he was able to rest, the ambulance arrived. It took another hour to reach their destination.

 He is now in a quarantine facility together with other locally stranded individuals. Roncales was advised to stay there for 14 days before finally going to his family.

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