Presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella, nonetheless, can not say when the public will see Duterte once more.

“Well, you know, he’s taking some time off so I cannot really give you the definite date. But he’s just taking some time off to rejuvenate,” Abella informed reporters at a press briefing.

Pressed on whether or not Duterte won’t be seen in public for the complete week, Abella mentioned the President is “resting for some time.”

Duterte has not been seen in public since June 12, when he skipped the 119th Independence Day rites at Luneta.

His final public look was on June 11, when he visited wounded troopers in Cagayan de Oro City then flew to Villamor Airbase in Pasay City to honor army males slain in the continuing battle in Marawi City.

Abella mentioned the President ought to be allowed to relaxation since he has been consistently touring since he declared martial regulation in Mindanao on May 23.

He mentioned Duterte is in Manila though he was tight-lipped on the President’s actions.

While Abella admitted he was clueless on whether or not Duterte has seen a physician since June 12, he mentioned he was certain the President “checked with his own experts.”