Suara.com – The train antigen rapid test has recently become a topic that is quite busy talking. This is because PT Kereta Api Indonesia (KAI) has lowered the tariff for checking the rapid antigen train tests for long-distance passengers.
The tariff for the train’s rapid antigen test, which was previously priced at Rp. 105,000, has been reduced to Rp. 85,000 for each inspection. Previously, PT KAI had increased the GeNose inspection rate from Rp. 20,000 to Rp. 30,000 which took effect from March 20, 2021.
The Public Relations Manager of PT KAI for the Operational Area (Daop) 8 Surabaya, Luqman Arif said that the reduction in the tariff for the new Rapid Test Antigen examination took effect on Friday (9/4/2021). What are the requirements for carrying out a carriage antigen rapid test?
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To be able to carry out an antigen rapid test at the station, prospective passengers must have a ticket or booking code for Long Distance Train (KAJJ) that has been paid off. In accordance with SE No.12 / 2021 of the Task Force for Handling COVID-19 and SE No. 27/2021 of the Ministry of Transportation, the validity period of the negative result of the antigen rapid test is 3 × 24 hours from the time of sampling.
List of Stations Serving Rapid Antigen Test
The Antigen Rapid Test service is currently available at 43 stations, which is the result of the BUMN synergy between KAI and Rajawali Nusantara Indonesia through its subsidiary, Rajawali Nusindo and other parties.
The details of the stations that serve the Antigen Rapid Test in Java are:
- Senen Market
- Cirebon Prujakan
- Semarang Poncol
- Semarang Tawang
- Solo Racing
- Surabaya Gubeng
- Surabaya Pasar Turi
The stations that serve the Antigen Rapid Test on the island of Sumatra are:
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- Lubuk Linggau
- For example Muara
- High cliffs
- King stone
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