Class Suspension Declared In These Areas on Tuesday (January 28)
WALANG PASOK – Several local government units and schools have declared class suspension due to Taal’s activity and the spread of coronavirus.
Over the past few days, the novel coronavirus has been one of the most discussed topics all around the world. The rapid spread of the mysterious disease causes fear and panic to social media users.
A lot of countries are already implementing precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the deadly virus that affects thousands of people worldwide. The disease also causes a worldwide health scare.
China also lockdown six Chinese cities to prevent the spread of the virus, which was allegedly originated from Wuhan. The Philippines is also implementing stricter rules and regulations to travelers coming from China.
On Tuesday (January 28, 2020) several schools and universities have declared suspension of classes to take precautionary measures against the spread of coronavirus. Several local government units have canceled the classes due to Taal’s activity.
The class cancellations have been made to ensure the safety of the students from any possible health risks.
Here is the list of school covered by the suspension of classes due to nCov:
- Hope Christian High School
- Philippine Cultural College
- Saint Jude Catholic School
- St. Stephen’s High School
- Tiong Se Academy
- Uno High School
Here is the area covered by class cancellation due to Taal’s ongoing eruption:
- Batangas — Elementary and High School
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