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Classes Still Suspended in most of NCR, Philippines due to heavy rainfall and Flood

Written By Real Kevin Jay on Wednesday, August 8, 2012 | 9:00 AM

(UPDATE 3) Classes will remain suspended on Wednesday as local governments declared cancellations Tuesday in light of continuous rains and as some areas have been declared under a state of calamity.

Among the cities that have declared class suspensions in all levels (preschool to college) are Manila, Makati, Caloocan, Marikina, Muntinlupa, Navotas, Pasig, San Juan, and Valenzuela. Classes in Pateros, Paranaque, Las Pinas, Mandaluyong, Navotas, Taguig, and Valenzuela have likewise been called off.  Quezon City announced 8 pm it is also canceling classes on Wednesday.

According to the Official Gazette, government work except those for relief and emergency operations is also suspended in Valenzuela; and Commission on Audit (NCR).

Bulacan; Cainta, Rodriguez and Taytay in Rizal have also declared class suspensions in all levels. In Binangonan, classes will be suspended from pre-school to high school only.

The provinces of Cavite, Laguna and Pampanga have also decided to keep classes suspended.

Ateneo de Manila University has also declared classes suspended as have Adamson University and Far Eastern University. The University of the East-Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center, which was reportedly flooded on Tuesday, will not be holding classes either.
Colegio de San Juan de Letran, De La Salle University, Philippine Women's University (Manila and Quezon City), and Polytechnic University of the Philippines (Sta. Mesa, Manila, San Juan, and Taguig), and the University of Perpetual Help (Las Piñas, Molino and Calamba) have also suspended classes.

The University of the Philippines Los Banos, Manila, and Diliman have also announced that classes will remain suspended on Wednesday.

Classes have also been suspended at Arellano University and Trinity University of Asia.


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