Boracay Authorities Arrested 7 Tourists Who Allegedly Use Fake RT-PCRT Test Results
Authorities arrested seven (7) tourists of Boracay Island after they were discovered using fake RT-PCR test results to enter the island.
Upon landing on Boracay Island, seven tourists were arrested after allegedly presenting a fraudulent COVID-19 test. The persons were arrested after the validation team revealed that the RT-PCR test results they utilized were fraudulent, according to P/Lt. Col. Don Dicksie de Dios, chief of the Malay Municipal Police Station.
Residents of the NCR Plus were all arrested. On Friday, June 4, they arrived at Boracay. The group was transferred to a quarantine facility in Kalibo town right away and will be subjected to an RT-PCR test.
If they test negative for COVID-19, they will be released and be sent to their home. They’ll face charges of breaking Republic Act No. 11332, also known as the Mandatory Reporting of Notifiable Diseases and Health Events of Public Health Concern Act, as well as falsifying documents.
Boracay reopened to tourists from the NCR Plus on June 1. According to the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP)-Aklan’s records, seven airplanes arrived at Caticlan Airport on Friday, bringing 718 tourists to the island.
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