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Go observes a “smooth” return to in-person instruction.

Students will be more productive and learn collaboratively when physical education classes resume the following week, but a senator emphasized the importance of following health regulations to protect everyone’s safety both inside and outside of the classroom.

The Department of Education (DepEd) and the Department of Health (DOH) will take all of those steps and more, according to Senator Christopher “Bong” Go.

In accordance with DepEd Order (DO) No. 44 series, which Vice President and Secretary Sara Duterte issued on October 17, all public schools must begin offering five-day physical education programs on November 2.

Private schools may continue with blended learning or use complete face-to-face (F2F) lessons.

“I support the Ehekutibo’s goals, and I don’t participate in their kakayahan of ipatupad ito nang maayos. Gayunpaman, muli akong nananawagan sa pamahalaan at sa mga school authority na tiyakin ang kalusugan at kapakanan ng ating mga estudyante sa kanilang pagbabalik sa mga silid-aralan. (I endorse the Executive’s decision, and I have faith in their ability to carry it out effectively.) To protect our pupils’ health and welfare as they return to their classrooms, however, I am pleading with the government and school authorities, Go said in a statement on Friday.

The congressman pointed out that even while the number of Covid-19 cases is declining and the economy is almost back to normal, it is still crucial to reduce any risk that the virus may pose, particularly to youngsters.

Go advised that in light of the ongoing proliferation of new Covid-19 variations, students, teachers, and school administrators must exercise caution and abide by the health regulations.

It should be put into practice so that the kaligtasan and kalusugan of the various kabataans are not made to look bad. Importanteng ligtas ang mga estudyante kahit ayaw nating maantala ang klase nila (We have to implement this properly so that the children’s safety and health won’t be compromised. Although we don’t want to interrupt their courses, it’s crucial that children are protected),” he said.

Go asserted that the introduction of in-person classes will be successful and create more chances for the nation with the right direction from DepEd and DOH.

The relevance of F2F classes as the “best alternative for basic education” was emphasized by DepEd through DO 44.

The DO stated that “[DepEd] maintains its belief in the advantages of hosting in-person classes to support academic growth and the general mental health and well-being of our students.”

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