March 5, 2021

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Two Cesco in the metropolitan area close due to Covid-19 | government

The Driver Services Center (Cesco) in the towns of Bayamón and Carolina are closed due to positive cases of coronavirus, reported the Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTOP).

The DTOP assured that it is working on the disinfection of these establishments, while tests are carried out on all employees.

The opening date of these is conditional on when they receive negative results from enough employees to operate.

On the other hand, the Cescos that are open, and serving citizens with shifts, are: Aguadilla, Arecibo, Barranquitas, Caguas, Fajardo, Guayama, Humacao, Manatí, Mayaguez, Ponce Utuado and Sagrado Corazón (Santurce).

Since the Cesco’s reopening in July, several establishments have been closed as part of the protocol for Covid-19 positives, and then reopened upon completion of the disinfection process and receiving negative results from employees.

The situation of the pandemic has also caused the validity of licenses and expired tags to be extended from March to September 30.

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