- A commuter was driven to tears when she was not allowed to ride public transport due to her vaccination status
- The worker, Diane, revealed in Oscar Oida's "24 Oras" report that she even woke up early to attend her medical exam at work
- She was, however, not allowed to ride public transport because she was only partially vaccinated, as her second Astrazeneca dose is still in February
- "Nakakapagod 'yung giangawa nila, partially vaccinated naman kami"
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A commuter was driven to tears after she was not allowed to take public transport because she has not yet received her second vaccine shot, and was considered partially vaccinated.
In Oscar Oida's '24 Oras" report, the worker Diane, could be seen crying, expressing her exhaustion and frustration, that she was not allowed to board public transport.
She said that she woke up early because she needed to attend her medical exam at work, however, she was not allowed to ride the PUVs.
According to Diane, it was not her fault that her second dose is still in February.
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"Nakakapagod 'yung ginagawa nila. Partially vaccinated naman kami. Bakit 'di kami pinayagan?"
Jan. 17 is the first day of the implementation of the "no vax no ride" policy. Commuters who are not vaccinated or partially vaccinated are not allowed to ride public transport.
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