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#WalangPasok | Class Suspensions On Tuesday (January 14, 2020)

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Classes for both public and private schools are suspended in select areas on Tuesday, January 14, 2020 due to the eruption of Taal Volcano.

#WalangPasok | Class Suspensions On Tuesday (January 14, 2020)

Here is the list of areas where classes are suspended (Updating…):

All Levels (Public and Private)

Metro Manila

  • Caloocan City
  • Quezon City
  • City of Manila
  • Mandaluyong City
  • Taguig City
  • Las Piñas City
  • Marikina City
  • Muntinlupa City
  • Parañaque City
  • Pasay City
  • Pateros
  • San Juan City
  • Valenzuela City
  • Makati City
  • Pasig City

Calabarzon

  • Alfonso, Cavite
  • Amadeo, Cavite
  • Carmona, Cavite
  • General Mariano Alvarez, Cavite
  • Indang, Cavite
  • Mendez, Cavite
  • Silang, Cavite
  • Tagaytay City, Cavite
  • Biñan City, Laguna
  • Cabuyao City, Laguna
  • Calamba City, Laguna
  • Santa Rosa City, Laguna
  • Angono, Rizal
  • Antipolo City, Rizal
  • Baras, Rizal
  • Binangonan, Rizal
  • Cardona, Rizal
  • Jalajala, Rizal
  • Montalban, Rizal
  • Morong, Rizal
  • Pililla, Rizal
  • San Mateo, Rizal
  • Tanay, Rizal
  • Taytay, Rizal
  • Teresa, Rizal

According to the news bulletin of Philvolcs released at 8:00 AM this morning, the alert level remains at Alert Level 4 which means that the hazardous explosive eruption is possible within hours to days.

In their 4:00 PM bulletin, the said alert bulletin is still the same.

“After a brief waning of activity following lava fountaining at 2:49-4:28 AM today, Taal’s eruption resumed immediately with weak sporadic lava fountaining and hydrovolcanic activity at the Main Crater that generated steam-laden plumes approximately 2km tall. New lateral vents were observed to have opened up on the northern flank where short 500m lava fountains emanate,” mentioned in Phivolcs update.

The government agency also advised the public to wear N95-grade facemasks to avoid inhalation of ash.

“Affected populations are advised to avoid inhalation of ash and use N95-grade facemasks or wet cloth or towel when going outdoors. Motorists are advised to drive with extreme caution as ash can cause poor visibility and, when wet, can make roads slippery.”

More Updates Here

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