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Garcia suspends classes in Bataan, warns residents of 2-meter storm surges

Nov 11, 2020 @ 15:22
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Bataan Governor Albert Garcia suspended classes in his province on Wednesday in anticipation of possible widespread destruction due to the arrival of Typhoon “Ulysses.”

“Due to inclement weather brought by Typhoon #UlyssesPH, and to ensure the safety of our teachers, parents and students collecting/submitting school modules, classes in all levels, both public and private (modular, blended, and online) in the province of Bataan are suspended today, November 11,” he said.

“Please take necessary precautions. Stay safe!” the governor said.

“Ayon sa pinakahuling ulat ng Pagasa, ang Bataan po ay ipinailalim na sa Storm Signal No. 2,” Garcia said.

“Ang bagyong ULYSSES (VAMCO) ay magdadala ng matinding pag-ulan at posibleng magkaroon ng storm surge o daluyong na hanggang dalawang (2) metro ang taas,” he said.

“Nakaalerto ang lahat ng mga Munisipyo at Barangay sa ating Lalawigan kung kakailanganin ang agarang tulong o paglikas. Pinaaalalahanan po ang lahat na maghanda lalo na ang mga nakatira sa mga lugar na may posibilidad ng pagbaha o pagguho ng lupa,” Garcia said.

“Ibayong pag-iingat po ang ipinaaalala sa lahat,” he said.

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