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Update on Possible DepEd Class Opening for Next School Year

DEPED – Department of Education Secretary Leonor Briones revealed the trends’ suggestion for the class opening next school year.

Philippines is now fighting an invisible enemy that more than 200 hundred other countries are fighting against as well – the COVID-19. The said coronavirus has taken over 160,000 lives worldwide.

Across the globe, there are more than two (2) million cases of coronavirus recorded in the different countries. In PH, 6,459 cases of the disease have been confirmed.

Out of the said total number now, 428 coronavirus patients died while 613 have recovered. The outbreak is yet to have come to an end and the testing continues.

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Amid the outbreak of COVID-19 in the Philippines, teachers, parents, and students are wondering regarding the schedule of the next class opening. The usual school calendar has June as the start of the school year.

However, coronavirus cases in the country are still increasing. The government cannot put the guards down as something worse may take place if there won’t be very careful assessments of the situation.

Recently, Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary Leonor Briones spoke on the suggestion of the trends regarding the class opening. Based on a post on Inquirer, the Education Secretary told CNN PH’s The Source that the trends say classes will open on August.

As of this writing, there are still no further information regarding the matter. More updates may be posted soon.

READ ALSO: DPWH Staff Who Worked at PICC Quarantine Facility Dies While Waiting for COVID-19 Test Results

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