Several Chinese schools in Manila, QC suspend classes due to virus scare
MANILA, Philippines — Several schools in Metro Manila suspended classes, some indefinitely starting Monday, as a preventive measure against the novel coronavirus.
School officials said the suspension of classes is a precautionary measure against the spread of the virus.
Some school officials added that the move will allow them to gather information on the travel history of students and faculty members during the Chinese New Year break.
Below is the list of schools that have canceled classes as of 9 a.m. Monday:
Philippine Academy of Sakya
To all students, parents and teachers of Philippine Academy of Sakya:Please be informed that classes will be suspended…
Saint Stephen’s High School
Due to concerns surrounding the Corona Virus, classes have been suspended for tomorrow, January 27th. This is a…ADVERTISEMENT
Saint Jude Catholic School
In the interest of safety, to allay fears due to the threat of the novel coronavirus (2019 n-CoV) and upon the…
Chiang Kai Shek College – Padre Algue and Narra branches
As precautionary measure in relation to the outbreak of Coronavirus in China and other Asian countries, there will be no…
Uno High School
ATTENTION: ALL PARENTS, STUDENTS, TEACHERS, AND STAFFAlthough there has been no reported or confirmed case of the 2019…
Hope Christian High school in Manila
The school administrators deemed it best to suspend classes on all levels till further notice. Kindly exercise utmost…
Pace Academy in Quezon City
Dear Parents and Students,As of posting this, there has been no confirmed case of the Corona Virus in the Philippines….
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