KINABAHAN ka ba, napabalikwas at halos muntika atakihin sa puso sa sirenang text alert ng National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) tungkol sa bagyong Tisoy?
Napikon ka man, kinabahan at nainis sa walang humpay na text alerts na ito, isang MALAKING tulong siya para makapagsalba ng buhay at kabuhayan.
And this ‘annoying and yet helpful’ reminder is courtesy of the Republic Act 10639 or “The Free Mobile Disaster Alerts Act” signed by former President Noynoy Aquino.
The message almost always comes with a very loud ping sa mga phones kaya maraming meme at hugot ang ginawa ng ilang netizens.
— ً (@surealjenlisa) December 2, 2019
A few are saying na sobrang annoying na raw ang text messages ng NDRRMC, na maaring umabot ng lima hanggang walong text sa isang. Mas madalas pa magtext sa jowa mo.
NDRRMC thank you for reminding me to keep safe, i get it. Now stop alarming my phone everytime it's getting annoying
— K (@tonklinton) December 2, 2019
NDRRMC, I appreciate you, but you are too clingy. I need some space. wag naman every minute 🤦🏻♀️
— shane (@shrmaineresuena) December 2, 2019
NDRRMC is that ex who still hasn't moved on:
– always bad news
– won't stop texting you
– noisy as Fuck
– u kinda miss them when they eventually stop
— CJ Carlos || #UPFight (@CJmeanscj) December 2, 2019
More are saying that the NDRRMC alerts is a great way to be prepared especially that weather patterns are hard to predict.
i like the ndrrmc texts that come often, i get to know what's going on because i have family in places where it's hitting hard right now and i wanna be updated so can yall like,,, just stop complaining and learn to turn it off instead of wishing it weren't a thing
— 𝐲𝐬𝐬𝐚 (╹ᴗ╹❄️) (@azucchann_) December 3, 2019
i love how ndrrmc updates & reminds me to be safe like sana ol caring sana ol consistent
— Wollan (@wollaaan) December 2, 2019
i love how NDRRMC updates and reminds me to be safe i mean,, sana si crush din????
— mispa (@mizpanot) December 2, 2019
Thank you NDRRMC for always reminding me to be safe when no one else cares. Jowain na ba kita?
— RHEN ESCAÑO (@realrhen) December 2, 2019
Kahit ilang mga sikat na personalidad ay grateful sa pag-aalala ng NDRRMC.
ramdam na ramdam nating lahat ang pag aalala ng ndrrmc. keep safe everyone!!!! pic.twitter.com/nMQDkCsddq
— Maris Racal (@MissMarisRacal) December 3, 2019
With the upcoming storm coming up, everyone stay safe.🙏🏼 Check up one your loved ones as much as the NDRRMC sends us emergency messages 👀
— Edward Barber (@Barber_Edward_) December 2, 2019
When it comes to potential calamities and disasters, there's no such thing as too much information.
The NDRRMC's notifications are not a necessary hassle; they're a necessity. These warnings can save lives.
— Pilo Hilbay (@fthilbay) December 2, 2019
Well, kung talagang annoyed ka sa mga alerts by NDRRMC, pwede mo namang patayin ang notifications nito sa iyong phone.
Now, here's what you can do if you want to stop receiving alerts from NDRRMC.
Settings > Notifications >
Scroll down > Turn Off Emergency Alerts
At least for iPhone users. You're welcome. 😘 pic.twitter.com/X0aTJgnWNF
— ! ⚡️ K 👁🗨 (@iskolarium) December 2, 2019
Pero paano nga ba ang NDRRMC bilang jowa? This art tells it like it is.
— Sskait @ BGCArtMart Nov 29-30, Dec 6-7, Dec 13-14 (@sskaitcomics) December 2, 2019
Para updated lagi, you can follow the NDRRMC official Twitter account here.