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667 found positive in free rapid testing in Manila

/ 04:15 AM July 25, 2020

WORTH THE WAIT Motorists line up on the road leading to Quirino Grandstand in Manila early on a rainy Friday morning to avail themselves of rapid tests at a drive-through COVID-19 testing center set up by the city government. —RICHARD A. REYES

Of the 4,000 people tested by Manila’s drive-through antibody testing facility, 667 individuals showed positive results, Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso said.

Due to the high demand for testing, the city government opened another drive-through testing site in Quirino Grandstand, which could accommodate 700 individuals in one day.

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Those tested will get the results within 24 hours. —Nikka G. Valenzuela

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