ATI’s cruise terminal to help fight Covid-19

Published April 10, 2020, 12:00 AM

by manilabulletin_admin

  CRUISE TERMINAL – The international cruise terminal operated by Asian Terminals Inc. (ATI) at Pier 15 of Manila South Harbor is shifting its role to serve a higher and timelier purposein support of government’s efforts against the Covid-19 pandemic.

CRUISE TERMINAL – The international cruise terminal operated by Asian Terminals Inc. (ATI) at Pier 15 of Manila South Harbor is shifting its role to serve a higher and timelier purpose in support of government’s efforts against the Covid-19 pandemic.

 

Asian Terminals, Inc. (ATI) is making available its Passenger Terminal Building (PTB) and ad¬jacent berthing facilities as added temporary quarantine areasin response to government’s call for solidarity, particularly in mobiliz¬ing interim healthcare facilities needed amid the national health crisis.

The PTB with 2,000-seating capacity will be converted into a temporary holding facility while Pier 15’s two southside berths will accommodate the floating hospital vessels being deployed by Depart¬ment of Transportation (DOTr).

The Philippine Ports Author¬ity (PPA) and Philippine Coast Guard (PCG),agencies attached under the DOTr along with DPWH as members of the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases, are leading the terminal’s con¬version.

 
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