The City Government of Antipolo and the Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA) has stepped up its vaccination drive at the Line 2 Antipolo station from its initial 2-day schedule of Wednesdays and Fridays to six days a week from Mondays to Saturdays, starting tomorrow, 7 March 2022.

The vaccination drive of the LRTA is in line with the efforts of the Department of Transportation (DOTr), in partnership with local government units, to promote a safe public transport system and contribute to the COVID-19 vaccination campaign of the government.

To encourage more vaccinees, LRTA provides free-one day unlimited pass to individuals who get vaccinated or boosted at any Line 2 vaccination site.

The Antipolo station, Line 2’s eastern most terminal and the first station outside Metro Manila, is strategically located as the point of convergence and the means of conveyance for passengers coming from various neighboring towns of the province of Rizal.

In addition to Antipolo station, LRTA, together with the City Government of Quezon City, will open the Cubao station for vaccination starting Monday, March 7, 2022. The Cubao vaccination site is open every Monday from 8:00am to 4:00 pm to provide first dose, second dose and booter shots.

Meanwhile, the Recto vaccination site is open every Tuesday and Thursday from 8:00am until 5:00pm.

“We are expecting more vaccinees as we step up our vaccination efforts in order to ensure the safety and protection of our commuting public,” LRTA Administrator Jeremy Regino said.