The Metro Rail Transit Line 3 (MRT3) management said on Tuesday, July 7, that the ticket sellers who tested positive for the coronavirus were assigned to 4 stations
MRT3 advised passengers who had direct contact with ticket sellers in the following stations and during these shifts, to undergo home quarantine and observe their condition:
The MRT3 earlier said that 198 employees tested for the virus as of Monday, July 6. Of the total, 177 are depot workers, 3 are train drivers, 2 are control center personnel, and 16 are station personnel.
The 16 station personnel, include 15 ticket sellers and a nurse.
The MRT3 management suspended railway operations from Tuesday to Saturday, July 11, to disinfect stations and their facilities.
For the duration of the general community quarantine, MRT3 operated at 13% capacity where only 153 people per train are allowed. Railway operations started in June. – Rappler.com