Ghio Ong – The Philippine Superstar
January 11, 2022 | 12: 00am
MANILA, Philippines — The Metro Rail Transit Line 3 will delivery up its random COVID-19 antigen checks for MRT-3 passengers starting as of late.
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.
Making an are attempting out sites are located at the North Avenue, Cubao, Shaw Boulevard and Taft Avenue stations.
On the least 24 passengers per station will be examined for COVID-19 throughout peak 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 set apart consent and bring collectively in contact with tracing kinds. These who will test negative for the virus will bring collectively free narrate rides.
Passengers who will yield advantageous COVID test results might perhaps perhaps now not be allowed to board the narrate and might perhaps perhaps fair coordinate with their local executive units for isolation and confirmatory RT-PCR test, the administration said.
Within the meantime, seven out of 42 passengers of the Philippine Nationwide Railways examined advantageous COVID-19 in antigen test the outdated day, in line with PNR assistant extraordinary supervisor Celeste Lauta.
She said the administration had a arduous time convincing passengers to undergo antigen checks.
Lauta said the railway targets to confirm 288 passengers at the Tutuban, Dela Rosa, Bicutan and Alabang stations.
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