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Class, work cancellations due to Typhoon Quinta

/ 08:29 PM October 25, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — Some local governments have opted to suspend work and classes for Monday, Oct. 26 as a precaution for bad weather brought about by Typhoon Quinta.

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The suspensions apply in the following areas:

Camarines Sur: work in government offices; classes in all levels

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Naga City: work in government offices; classes in all levels

Albay: work in government and private sector; classes in all levels

Oriental Mindoro: work in government and private sector; classes in all levels

Sorsogon: classes in all levels (until Tuesday, Oct. 27)

Laguna: classes in all levels

Cavite: classes in all levels

Batangas: work in government offices; classes in all levels

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Quezon: work in government offices; classes in all levels

Lucena City: work in government offices; classes in all levels

Bataan: classes in all levels

Manila: classes all levels

San Juan: classes in all levels

Mandaluyong: classes in all levels

Caloocan: classes in all levels

Taguig: classes in all levels

Quinta intensified into a typhoon on Sunday afternoon hours before it made landfall in areas in Bicol region.

READ: ‘Quinta’ intensifies into a typhoon; 6 areas now under Signal No. 3

It made its first landfall at 6:10 p.m. over San Miguel Island, Tabaco City, Albay.

At 6:50 p.m., Quinta made its second landfall over Malinao, Albay, according to the state weather bureau.

READ: Evacuees in Bicol rise to 47,000 due to ‘Quinta’

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