PNHS locked down after teacher succumbs to COVID-19

By June 6, 2021Inside News

THE Pangasinan National High School in Lingayen town was locked down last week after a member of the school faculty tested and later died of COVID-19.

Elvira Viray, PNHS principal, said the lockdown was implemented to give way for massive disinfection of the campus, and to conduct contact tracing of possible close contacts of the teacher.

This, aside from regular disinfection being done by the school admin twice a week.

Viray said the PNHS will reopen its doors on Monday, June 7, and continue distributing modules to their students.

The Regional Office of the Department of Education has recorded 136 active cases of COVID-19 — 67 are teaching personnel, 60 are students, while nine are non-teaching personnel. (Ahikam Pasion)

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