It is mandatory to wear face shield and face mask when you are in public, for example commuters and employees. Take note wearing face mask does not suffocate you. Doctors in the hospital are wearing it almost all day. We should remember that wearing face masks and face shields not only will help ourselves, but also keep everyone around us safe.
Persons below twenty-one (21) years old, sixty (60) years old and above or those at high risk for contracting the COVID-19 disease are required to stay home.
Everyone should normalize social distancing and maintain at least 1 meter distance from other people. When someone coughs, sneezes, or speaks they spray small liquid droplets from their nose or mouth which may contain virus. If you are too close, you can breathe in the droplets, including the COVID-19 virus if the person has the disease.
No face-to-face classes for now. Students can choose from asynchronous or synchronous learning. The government are aiding students by giving gadgets that will aid in their learning. Students who are not able to go online may choose modular as their method of studying.
We will be back again for more updates of the pandemic. Thank you and goodbye.
To everyone watching, let us all stay safe and keep these protocols in mind for everyone's safety.
Let us flatten and end this curve by following the said protocols. Let us face the "new normal" with our heads held high.
To everyone reading this, I hope that you will follow all the guidelines not just for yourself, but also for the children like me waiting for their parents to go home.