Mayor Sara: No Face-To-Face Classes
Manila Bulletin|May 18, 2021
DAVAO CITY — Mayor Sara Duterte said she is still not considering reopening the regular “face-to-face” classes as Davao City is seeing an increase in the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases.
Antonio L. Colina IV

The Department of Education (DepEd) floated the possibility of allowing limited face-to-face classes for the school year 2021-2022 in some parts of the country.

“As of today, definitely it’s a no, because we’re heading for a surge,” she said during her regular radio program.

Duterte however said her disapproval of the regular in-campus classes is not absolute as her judgment is based on the current trend of COVID-19 cases, and she could not predict with certainty how many people will get vaccinated by the opening of next school year.

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