Several LGUs announce class suspensions
Some local government units (LGUs) nationwide have announced class suspensions amid heavy rains and in anticipation of Super Typhoon Mawar possibly entering the country, according to a report by CNN Philippines.
According to the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA), Mawar may enter the Philippines' weather monitoring area Friday evening or Saturday morning.
Here are some of the LGUs that suspended classes for all levels:
Minglanilla (until May 27 for college students)
Naga City (Elementary to High School)
Talisay City (public)
Rizal (Nursery to Grade 12)
National Capital Region
Marikina (until May 27; All NSTP and other related activities set for May 28 are also suspended)
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