Feb 22, 2021 @ 16:34

SC Justice tests positive for COVID, suspends ATA oral arguments

The oral arguments for the Anti-Terrorism Act is postponed to a later date. This came after a certain Supreme Court Justice has tested positive for COVID-19.

In the report, the antigen test of the said abogado allegedly yielded a positive result. The set schedule is immediately suspended but the SC eventually clarified that it was just a false positive.

The abogado was said to have taken an RT- PCR swab test that rendered a negative results. Regardless if the said justice is reportedly asymptomatic or not, the oral arguments will resume on March 3 as a pre-caution.

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