Saturday 30th of January 2021 11:28:31 AM
Anxiety. Fear. Uncertainty. These were just some of the descriptions brought about by Covid-19 pandemic as it threatened the entire Samal Island with its first three reported cases of Covid-19 positive on May 15, 2020 after a lull of two months when the outbreak started to shoot up in March.
(Since then the number has reached to 41 Covid-19 positive—9 are active cases, 3 deaths, and 29 recoveries as reported by the City Health Office of Island Garden City of Samal as of August 29, 2020. But no local transmission has taken place hence these individuals, the Overseas Filipino Workers and Locally Stranded Individuals were apprehended immediately upon entry of the island.)
Shaken by this scenario, the various Samaleño communities bravely face the challenges more significantly the education sector as it braces on the way ahead of preparing the opening of classes on October 5, 2020. Through the leadership of SDS Winnie E. Batoon and ASDS Filomena M. Lopez, the Division Learning Continuity plan was made together with the rest of the instructional leaders of the schools division.
Posted By: Jimlyn Inoc, Category: News