CCP implements thermal scanning, other health measures

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Published February 14, 2020, 5:05 PM

By Andrea Aro

The Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) implemented on Friday precautionary measures against the spread of the coronavirus disease.

In an advisory, the CCP required the thermal scanning of the temperatures of all guests, theater patrons, and employees.

“CCP reserves the right to refuse admission or request a guest to leave for a 38 degree Celcius and above scan result,” CCP said in its advisory.

The administration also encouraged viewers with cough and colds to wear a mask. CCP’s frontliners will also wear protective masks for “safety purposes.”

The CCP advised its subscribers and ticket holders to arrive at the CCP earlier to avoid being late for the shows.

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