Lea Agoncillo's Oral History

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Title

Lea Agoncillo's Oral History

Synopsis

• Lea Agoncillo, 28, is from one of the tribes of the indigenous peoples in the northern Philippines; a high school teacher and a law student
• Agoncillo is a resident of City A; Community quarantines in place since March 2020
• Has never been home to her family for the whole of 2020. She was living alone, sometimes with her sister and her family, so she decided to break community protocols and was hidden by her brother—an essential worker—in his work car so she can go home for New Year’s

Date Created

January 28, 2021

Language of interview

Filipino

Index

Biography
- Family 6-7, 9, 11-12, 16, 18-21, 24, 26, 30
- Friends 6-7

Communication
- News 4-5, 22
- Social Media 22

Daily Routine
- Alcohol 10-11
- Food 7, 11, 13, 26-27
- Masks 10-11

Job
- Co-workers 5-6, 8, 10
- Essential Worker 1-2, 30
- Hospital 5-7, 29-32
- Teacher 1-3, 26
- University 1-3, 5-7, 13, 24, 26
--- Internet struggles 8

Mobility during pandemic
- Church 15-16

Philippine Government Covid-response
- Curfew 14
- Fine 17
- Isolation facilities 21-22
- Jail 17
- Lockdown 6, 17-18
- Movement Restrictions 6-8, 16, 18
- Quarantine 6-7, 21-22
- Social Amelioration Program 25
- Social Distancing 14, 16
- Travel Restrictions 7-8, 15, 26

Response measures for Covid-19
- Masking up 5-6, 16

Support
- Government support 12
- Food Donations 12-13

Item sets

Lea Agoncillo's Oral History (translation)