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Baby milk, perfume, medicines allowed inside LRT-1 trains, stations

By: - Reporter / @KAguilarINQ
/ 08:02 AM February 22, 2019

MANILA, Philippines — The management of Light Rail Transit Line 1 (LRT-1) line has clarified that some liquid items will still be permitted inside its train stations and trains.

The LRT-1 line management clarified that infant formula and medicines are exempted from the ban that covers bottled water and other liquids.

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“Aming pinahihintulutan ang pagdadala ng breastmilk bags, feeding bottles, medicines, alcohol at perfume basta ito ay dumaan sa security check,” the LRT-1 management said in a tweet on Friday.

The management also reminded commuters: “If you have drinks stored in a tumbler, please finish the drink before going to the station.”

READ: Ban on bottled water, liquids still in effect at LRT1

Meanwhile, the managements of the Metro Rail Transit line 3 (MRT-3) and LRT-2 said they have already lifted their respective bans on bottled water and other liquids in all of their stations.

READ: MRT 3, LRT 2 lift liquid ban in all stations https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1088271/mrt-3-lrt-2-lift-liquid-ban-in-all-stations#ixzz5gDCfbMkj

The ban on bottled water and other liquids in all Metro Manila train systems was imposed following in the wake of bombing incidents in Mindanao last month. /muf

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READ: Bottled water banned at LRT, MRT stations for security

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