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MANILA, Philippines — The Department of Education (DepEd) has told a Senate committee that although face-to-face classes are not likely until yearend, a recommendation will be made to President…
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Malacañang Palace has defended the limited face-to-face classes for medical students in low COVID-19 risk areas. On Tuesday (January 26, 2021), presidential spokesperson Harry Roque has defended the decision of the government to allow the limited face-to-face classes for students taking up medicine courses and health sciences.
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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, July 16) – The Department of Education recommended to President Rodrigo Duterte the possibility of conducting limited face-to-face classes in areas under modified…
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MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Education welcomes the approval of President Rodrigo Duterte and the Cabinet of the conduct of pilot face-to-face classes in very select schools within areas with low COVID-19 risk for the whole month of January 2021.
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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, July 21) — President Rodrigo Duterte, who previously opposed physical classes until a coronavirus vaccine becomes available, has approved the proposal of the…
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MANILA, Philippines — Although the education sector is preparing for the possible resumption of limited face-to-face classes by January 2021, the final decision remains to be with President Rodrigo Duterte.
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Advocacy group Philippine Business for Education (PBEd) declared its support for limited face-to-face classes in areas where the risk of Covid-19 transmission is low, as the pandemic continues to take its toll on Filipino learners and the education sector.
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While it is currently implementing a distance learning set-up amid the COVID-19 pandemic in the country, the Department of Education (DepEd) maintained that the conduct of face-to-face classes remains a possibility – especially in low risk areas. MANILA BULLETIN FILE PHOTO
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Duterte approves limited face-to-face classes in areas with low-risk of COVID-19 spread “I cannot and will not put to risk the health and lives of our students and teachers,” he added. Duterte also said he asked Chinese President Xi Jinping to give the Philippines priority access if Beijing discovers a vaccine against COVID-19.
10.Limited face to face classes philippines
duterte approves limited face-to-face classes in medical schools, medical allied programs Presidential Communications (Government of the Philippines) posted a video to playlist Presidential Spokesperson – Press Briefing .
1.CHED allows limited face-to-face classes in several schools
The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has approved the return to limited face-to-face classes for students of medicine and allied health sciences as well as universities in areas under modified general community quarantine (MGCQ).
Published Date: 2021-01-25T12:50:00.0000000Z
2.Duterte OKs limited face-to-face classes for medical, allied courses
PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte has allowed the resumption of limited face-to-face classes for medical and allied health programs in institutions in areas under general and modified general community quarantine (GCQ) and (MGCQ),
Published Date: 2021-01-26T06:46:00.0000000Z
|1 Limited face-to-face classes pinag-aaralan ng CHEd|
|Suportado ni COVID-19 Task Force Chief Implementor Carlito Galvez Jr.ang plano ng Commission on Higher Education na payagan na ang limited face-to-face classes sa kolehiyo.|
|Watch Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78apsq8l7tQ|
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2.Face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic
"Philippines requires people to wear masks in public". 2 April 2020. Ranada, Pia (15 December 2020). "Filipinos now required to wear ‘full’ face shields…
3.Timeline of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines
got their last All Filipino crown in 2007. December 14 President Rodrigo Duterte approved Deped’s proposal to have face–to–face classes in identified areas…