'No Vaccine, No Ride' Policy is Lifted Under Alert Level 2, DOTr Says

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Unvaccinated and partially vaccinated individuals will be allowed in public transportation in Metro Manila under Alert Level 2, which starts Feb. 1, the Department of Transportation said Sunday.

The "no vaccine, no ride" policy is in effect in Metro Manila when it's under Alert Level 3 or higher, covering travel via land, air, rail, and sea. It also covers those who live outside NCR but will enter the capital region for work or travel.

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Those who are medically unable to get the vaccines and those who will procure essential goods and services as long as they can present documents from their physician and other justification for travel are exempted.

Metro Manila and seven other areas will be placed under Alert Level 2 until Feb. 15, the Malacanang said.

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