Asynchronous and synchronous classes will officially resume tomorrow, 22 January 2022, in the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila after the two-week class and work suspension.
Classes and work were suspended in PLM from January 10 to 21 due to the upsurge of COVID-19 cases in the PLM community with over 7,000 students have reported their flu-like symptoms while over 200 tested positive for COVID-19.
PLM COVID-19 Task Force through University Health Services Chief Dr. Ma. Ana B. Mariano reported the recent number of infections in the PLM Community with five (5) active cases, no reported new case and 160 recoveries.
Dr. Mariano emphasized that booster shots will help lessen the number of infections in the community.
With the resumption of classes, President Emmanuel Leyco assures that the management will continue to respond promptly and appropriately in the situation through the close monitoring of the PLM COVID-19 Task Force.
"As we continue our online classes, please be reminded to strictly observe the health protocols to prevent infection and spread of COVID-19. Let us stay at home and encourage everyone especially our household members to get vaccinated and to receive their booster shots,” President Leyco said.