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Light Rail Transit (LRT) passengers can get vaccinated at the Recto and Antipolo stations which will be turned into vaccination sites beginning Tuesday, February 22.
“The Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA), in partnership with the City Governments of Manila and Antipolo, will hold vaccination drives at select stations of LRT 2 starting February 22, 2022,” the Department of Transportation (DOTr) said in a statement.
The Recto station is open for first dose and booster shots every Tuesday and Thursday, 8AM to 5PM, while Antipolo station is open every Wednesday and Friday, 8:30AM to 4:00PM.
“We encourage our commuters and their family members to get booster jabs for added protection as well as those who have no vaccines yet to avail of our vaccination drive,” LRTA Administrator Jeremy Regino said.
In transportation department added that the vaccination sites at the LRT stations are compliant with the protocols and requirements set by the Department of Health (DOH).
“We thank Mayor Isko Moreno of Manila and Mayor Andrea Ynares of Antipolo, as well as their respective City Health Offices, for their immediate and full support to our request for assistance,” Regino added.
Eligible individuals may register at manilacovid19vaccine.ph to get their vaccines at Recto station and antipolobantaycovid.appcase.net for Antipolo station.