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Face-to-face classes okayed / Vito Barcelo.

By: Barcelo, Vito [author].
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: Makati City : Manila Standard. 2021Subject(s): COVID-19 pandemic | Face-to-Face classes | United Nations Children's Fund | Duterte, RodrigoOnline resources: View the Article Scope and content: Up to 120 schools will be reopened for limited in-person classes for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in a pilot approved by President Rodrigo Duterte, officials said Monday. “After thorough consideration and consultations with stakeholders, I have decided to approve the request. This is how we go forward,” the President said later in a televised address. While nearly every country in the world has already partially or fully reopened schools for face-to-face lessons, the Philippines has kept them closed since March 2020.
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Up to 120 schools will be reopened for limited in-person classes for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in a pilot approved by President Rodrigo Duterte, officials said Monday.

“After thorough consideration and consultations with stakeholders, I have decided to approve the request. This is how we go forward,” the President said later in a televised address.

While nearly every country in the world has already partially or fully reopened schools for face-to-face lessons, the Philippines has kept them closed since March 2020.

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