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MRT-3 offers free antigen test

Ghio Ong – The Philippine Big name

January 11, 2022 | 12: 00am

MANILA, Philippines — The Metro Rail Transit Line 3 will beginning its random COVID-19 antigen checks for MRT-3 passengers starting these days.

The administration said MRT-3 personnel would administer antigen checks to commuters from Jan. 11 to 14, Jan. 17 to 21, Jan. 24 to 28 and Jan. 31.

Checking out sites may presumably presumably maybe be found at the North Avenue, Cubao, Shaw Boulevard and Taft Avenue stations.

No longer no longer up to 24 passengers per situation will most doubtless be examined for COVID-19 at some stage in height hours or from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. and from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Commuters volunteering to be examined must signal consent and phone tracing sorts. Folks that will check damaging for the virus will salvage free practice rides.

Passengers who will yield sure COVID check outcomes is no longer going to be allowed to board the practice and may presumably presumably maybe coordinate with their local authorities models for isolation and confirmatory RT-PCR check, the administration said.

Within the intervening time, seven out of 42 passengers of the Philippine Nationwide Railways examined sure COVID-19 in antigen check the day earlier than these days, per PNR assistant general supervisor Celeste Lauta.

She said the administration had a onerous time convincing passengers to endure antigen checks.

Lauta said the railway goals to check 288 passengers at the Tutuban, Dela Rosa, Bicutan and Alabang stations.

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