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Marikina imposes a two-week ‘health break,’ suspending classes.

In the wake of rising coronavirus infections among students, teachers, and school workers, Marikina’s city council agreed to an academic health break in schools.

“Dahil sa maraming nagkakasakit na mga bata, guro at kanilang kaanak sa Lungsod ng Marikina, minabuti na magdeklara ng isang Academic Health Break na magsisimula sa January 17 to January 29, 2022 alinsunod sa provision ng Section 16-General Welfare Clause ng Local

The directive applies to all levels of public and private schools, as well as synchronous and asynchronous classes.

Giving students homework is also prohibited during the health break hour.

“Sa kadahilanan ng public health emergency na ito, mainam na mabigyan ng pagkakataon ang bawat pamilyang taga-Marikina na makatuon sa pagpapagaling ng kanilang karamdaman, makapagpahinga, makapagquarantine at maasikaso ang kanilang

He also advised locals not to leave their houses for non-essential reasons.

“Tinatagubilin na bawasan ang paglabas sa inyong bahay, maliban lamang kung essential o lubhang mahalaga ang lakad at gawain,” says the narrator. Pinapananalagin namin na kayo ay laging ligtas at mabuti parati ang kalagayan We pray that you remain safe and healthy at all times),” he stated.

Until the end of January, the National Capital Region (NCR) will be on Alert Level 3.

Despite the rising incidence of Covid-19 infections, the Metro Manila Council previously chose to keep NCR on Alert Level 3, noting enough limitations in place and just a minor increase in the region’s healthcare consumption rate.

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