LIST: LTO Offices Closed Until Jan. 14 Due to COVID Cases

Other offices have reopened to service Filipinos.
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The Land Transportation Office on Tuesday said several branches will be closed for disinfection until Friday following to a rise in COVID-19 cases among its staff.

"Ito ay upang makasailalim sa wastong quarantine protocols ang mga nagpositibong LTO Frontliners at kanilang mga naging close-contact," the LTO said in an advisory.


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These LTO offices will be closed until Jan. 14:

  • LTO Central Office
  • LTO NCR-East
    • Regional Office
    • Diliman District Office
    • Quezon City Licensing Office
    • Quezon City Licensing Renewal Office
    • North Motor Vehicle Inspection Center
    • Public Utility Vehicle Registration Center

Other branches in LTO NCR-East and LTO NCR-West have reopened after disinfection and contact-tracing, the LTO said. Wearing of face masks, social distancing, and frequent disinfection are still in place to prevent a surge in COVID-19 infections.

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Due to a number of branches being closed, expired documents will be granted a validity of extension, which covers "Student Permit, Driver's License, Conductor's License, at maging mga Medical Certificate na mag-eexpire sa mga susunod na buwan," the LTO said.

LTO license and permit extensions are as follows:

  • January 2022 - Extended until March 31, 2022
  • February 2022 - Extended until April 30, 2022
  • March 2022 - Extended until May 31, 2022
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