Get booster shots before face to face classes – Marcos

Due to the imminent start of face-to-face classes, President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. encouraged students to get the shots.

In the President’s weekly vlog, he said that it should be ensured that everyone, especially the youth, has had a to ensure that their bodies are ready to go back to school.

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He added that there are 15.9 million Filipinos who have already received the COVID-19 booster shot, while 1.2 million have received the second booster dose.

But this is still not a good number compared to the target of 100 percent, so he will not tire of asking our LGUs to be more aggressive in this campaign, according to the President.

Marcos also assured the public transportation providers that there would be minimum health and safety protocols in the coming entrance.

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When the implementation of in-person classes is successful, it can lead to a stable economy.

Parents have time and time to earn a living as soon as their children return to school this coming August 22.

Also read: Philippines inflation rate at 6.4 percent in July 2022

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Get booster shots before face to face classes – Marcos

“Marami ring mga magulang ang mas magkakaroon ng oras makapag hanapbuhay kapag nasa eskuwelahan na ang kanilang mga anak kaya madaragdagan ang ating workforce at mas marami rin silang magiging option sa pagpili ng trabaho dahil hindi na sila limitado sa online,” President Marcos Jr. said in a recent blog.

So if it is said to be successful, it will not only be a return to school but a return to business, a return to employment, and a return to prosperity, so it can also be said that the opening of the will be a great help to our widespread movement.

The class for basic education will start on August 22, 2022, and end on July 7, 2023. Come November 2, all public and private schools in the country must change or move to five-day “in-person classes.”

So the opening of classes will also be beneficial to other sectors because many students will commute to school so that the transportation sector will benefit from it.

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