Some Metro Manila classes suspended due to heavy rains
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MANILA, Philippines—Exiting tropical storm “Jolina” spawned heavy rains, prompting officials to suspend classes in some cities in Metro Manila.
Classes have been suspended in the following cities/schools:
- Pasay City: Afternoon classes for elementary and high school, in both private and public schools, are suspended.
- Taguig City: Classes in preschool, in both public and private schools, are suspended.
- San Sebastian College-Manila suspends afternoon classes for pre-school and elementary levels
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