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LIST: Class suspensions for Oct. 20, Thursday, due to ‘Lawin’

/ 05:45 PM October 19, 2016
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This satellite image from Pagasa shows the location of Typhoon Lawin as of 10:30 a.m. Wednesday.

(Updated)

Various local government units have announced the suspension of classes for Thursday, Oct. 20, due to Supertyphoon “Lawin” (international name: Haima).

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Lawin intensified into a supertyphoon on Wednesday afternoon. Signal No. 5 was raised in the provinces of Cagayan and Isabela, where it is expected to make landfall.

READ: ‘Lawin’ reaches supertyphoon status

Classes in the following areas are suspended:

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Isabela – all levels, public and private
Apayao – all levels, public and private
Mt. Province – all levels, public and private
Nueva Ecija – all levels, public and private
Batangas – all levels, public and private
San Fernando, La Union – all levels, public and private
Abra – all levels, public and private
Baguio – all levels, public and private
Benguet – all levels, public and private
Cagayan – all levels, public and private
Ilocos Norte – all levels, public and private

Please refresh this page for updates. YG

Originally published on Oct. 19, 4:01 p.m.

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