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Public transportation during the general community quarantine
The Department of Transportation (DOTr) will maintain the 70% capacity limit to all public transport including railways, buses, etc. Minimum public health and safety protocols must be practiced. The DOTr has also called on train marshalls and PUV operators to ensure the observance of the said protocols. Random antigen testing will also be conducted in train stations.

Moreover, all passengers are required to wear face masks and face shields when riding public utility vehicles. Those who will not comply may not be allowed to board the vehicle. Frequent sanitation is also encouraged to minimize the transmission of the virus.



Source: Department of Transportation.

https://dotr.gov.ph/55-dotrnews/4125-dotr-to-maintain-70-passenger-capacity-in-all-rail-lines-train-marshals-to-enforce-health-protocols-random-antigen-tests-on-passengers-to-be-conducted.html
https://dotr.gov.ph/55-dotrnews/4126-dotr-to-bus-companies-puv-operators-terminals-supervise-drivers-conductors-ensure-observance-of-minimum-health-protocols-70-passenger-capacity.html



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