They are available in threes: Trio stuck coming into Boracay with pretend COVID-19 take a look at effects

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They are available in threes: Trio stuck coming into Boracay with pretend COVID-19 take a look at effects

ILOILO CITY Once once more, 3 vacationers have entered world-famous Boracay Island in Malay the town, Aklan province with pretend COVID-19 take a look at effects.

Police Lieutenant Colonel Don Dicksie De Dios, leader of police in Malay the town, mentioned the 3 vacationers stuck Wednesday, July 14, have been all from Cavite province.

The 3 have been recognized as 64-year-old Benjamin Pastrana, 56-year-old Marichu Pastrana, and 55-year-old Luisa Mingi.

The trio arrived within the hotel island round 9 a.m., however have been taken round 11 a.m. when officers of the Jetty Port in mainland Malay known as the Malay Police Station.

Cops proceeded to the lodge the place the trio have been billeted and the trio have been taken to Kalibo, the provincial capital of Aklan the place there’s a quarantine facility.

They are available in threes: Trio stuck coming into Boracay with pretend COVID-19 take a look at effects 1
Bad issues are available in threes as this trio used to be stuck possessing pretend COVID-19 take a look at effects upon coming into Boracay Wednesday, July 14. (Malay PNP/MANILA BULLETIN)

De Dios mentioned that Benamin Pastrana and Luisa Mingi introduced COVID-19 take a look at effects allegedly from the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM), however it used to be no longer issued through RITM.

The COVID-19 take a look at consequence for Marichu Pastrana isn’t legitimate.

The trio will face fees of violating Republic Act No. 1332 or the Mandatory Reporting of Notifiable Diseases and Health Events of Public Health Concern Act.

Meanwhile, the Police Regional Office (PRO-6) recommended Boracay-bound vacationers to practice correct protocols.

Tourists will have to no longer use pretend take a look at effects so to not endanger the locals from getting inflamed simply in case they might become certain with COVID-19, mentioned Police Lieutenant Colonel Joem Malong, PRO-6 spokesperson.



 

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