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LOOK: Manila LGU carefully collects used rapid test kits in Sampaloc

/ 03:25 PM September 02, 2020

Personnel of the Manila Department of Public Services carefully picks up the used test kits that were found scattered along M. Dela Fuente Street in Sampaloc on Tuesday night. Disinfection activities were also conducted in the area. (Photo courtesy of Manila Public Information Office)

MANILA, Philippines — Personnel of the Manila Department of Public Services on Tuesday night carefully collected the used rapid test kits that were found scattered along a street in Sampaloc.

Photos from the Manila Public Information Office showed personnel of the city government also conducting disinfection activities along M. Dela Fuente Street where the used test kits were found.

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Disinfection activities are also conducted in the area. (Photo courtesy of Manila Public Information Office)

(Photo courtesy of Manila Public Information Office)

(Photo courtesy of Manila Public Information Office)

A closed-circuit television camera footage earlier showed pieces of used test kits falling off from a garbage bag loaded on a sidecar of a scavenger’s pedicab.

Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso earlier said authorities are already tracking down the source of the used rapid test kits.

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Manila Public Information Office chief explained that the used test kits would not have ended up in the hands of a scavenger if it was properly disposed of.

Personnel of the Manila Department of Public Services collect the used test kits that were found scattered along M. Dela Fuente Street in Sampaloc on Tuesday night.  (Photo courtesy of Manila Public Information Office)

(Photo courtesy of Manila Public Information Office)

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