Baguio City suspends classes due to COVID-19

BAGUIO CITY –– Mayor Benjie Magalong on Thursday issued an executive order suspending classes in the city from March 13 to 22.

Magalong said the suspension, which will cover all levels in both public and private schools, is a “proactive measure against COVID-19.”


He said this would allow school administrators to disinfect and sanitize their premises to prevent transmission of the virus.

Edited by LZB

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