Author: Sandy Ghaz
Date: April 23, 2019
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PRC Services in Metro Manila Offices & Service Centers Suspended Today (April 23, 2019)

PRC – The Professional Regulation Commission suspended its services in its offices in Metro Manila and as well as Service Centers today, April 23, 2019.

Following the 6.1 magnitude earthquake that hit parts of Luzon yesterday, the Malacañang has released an order to suspend all work in the government offices in Metro Manila.

The order of the Palace came with the recommendation of the NDRRMC. Undeniably, the talks about the possibility that the “Big One” will hit are on the surface again now.

The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) Consular Offices were quick to abide by the order of Malacañang. It suspended its operation in Metro Manila.

Following the quake, there were also malls including Robinsons that are closed today for the full inspection of the building. Class suspensions were also declared in several areas in Luzon.

Furthermore, the Professional Regulation Commission also acted on the order of the Palace regarding the suspension of services.

PRC Suspends Services

Recently, through its official website, the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced the suspension of its services in its offices and service centers in Metro Manila.

The services offered by the One Stop Shop Center for OFWs (OSSCOs) are also suspended. The suspension of services is in line with the order of the Malacañang Palace.

Aside from the PRC Metro Manila, the services offered it its offices, service centers, and OSSCOs in Pampanga and Nueva Ecija are also suspended today, April 23, 2019.

The Office of the Governor in Pampanga and Nueva Ecija released an order to suspend the operation following the strong quake yesterday.

According to the Commission, the appointments set today will be entertained tomorrow, April 24, 2019.

We’ll keep you posted for further updates.

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