QC to conduct free antigen testing on Jan. 19.

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1/18/2022 12:40:00 PM

The Quezon City local government announced on Tuesday, Jan. 18, that it will conduct free antigen testing in some barangays on Wednesday, Jan. 19.

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The Quezon City local government announced on Tuesday, Jan. 18, that it will conduct free antigen testing in some barangays on Wednesday, Jan. 19.The tests will be conducted by the City Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance Unit (CESU) with the help of Team Aksyon Agad, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The following are the venues for the free antigen tests on Wednesday:•Mines Street basketball court in Barangay Vasra•Gen. Lim Street basketball court in Barangay Sta. Cruz•Barangay West Triangle basketball court•Barangay PhilAm basketball courtIndividuals who want to get tested can visit the said venues and coordinate with the barangay officials for assessment.

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tany ina mo🤣 napakababa utak yan lang ba gawain ng mayor? yan lang ba ? bilib na bilib kana baklang ka Mabuti pa QC libre antigen. Ang IATF at DOH may libre ba ? O naubos na pambili. DrTonyLeachon I'm bored I want someone to follow me😭😭 Ayan! 👏👏👏👏 Sa Taguig free sa lahat ng Brgy Dapat free yan sa lahat LGU. O gayahan na. Dapat gayahin ng ibang LGU. Ginagawa na ata ito sa Pasig?

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Aaron Homer Dioquino The Quezon City local government announced on Tuesday, Jan. 18, that it will conduct free antigen testing in some barangays on Wednesday, Jan. 19. The tests will be conducted by the City Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance Unit (CESU) with the help of Team Aksyon Agad, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The following are the venues for the free antigen tests on Wednesday: •Mines Street basketball court in Barangay Vasra •Gen. Lim Street basketball court in Barangay Sta. Cruz •Barangay West Triangle basketball court •Barangay PhilAm basketball court Individuals who want to get tested can visit the said venues and coordinate with the barangay officials for assessment. As of Jan. 15, the city logged 41,137 active COVID- 19 cases or 18.03 percent of its 228,198 total cases, with 185,429 (81.26 percent) recoveries and 1,632 (0.72 percent) deaths.