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Hi I read in a group forum that the Skintest for K2 derivative in SLEC-MANILA is only Wednesday. Is this TRUE??

I will appreciate inputs for those my fellow Pinay who have K2s and undergone skintest medical in Slec..

Planning on May 6 to have our Medical, I have K2, and I am confused if we should go on Monday or Wednesday..


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Since Tuberculin Skin Testing requires an observation period of 48-72 hours, applicants 2-14 years old are advised not to come for their medical examination on a Thursday. The clinic is closed on weekends, so the TST cannot be interpreted before it expires.

Applicants are advised return to the clinic at least an hour before the time indicated on the TST return slip, to prevent expiration of TST.

You can come on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday ONLY.

Source: http://www.slec.ph/us-visa-applicants.shtml

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