/ 22 February 2022

NO school in Bohol was allowed to hold limited face-to-face classes, the Department of Education said.

Provincial Schools Division Supt. Bianito Dagatan said that the six schools in the province recommended to hold physical classes were not included in the final list of schools given the green light to conduct in-person lessons.

The six schools were badly affected by Typhoon Odette.

Regional Director Salustiano Jimenez said that 456 schools in Central Visayas started face-to-face classes on Monday.

Schools wanting to resume classes have to comply with several requirements imposed by DepEd and the Department of Health, among them having a high vaccination rate, and getting the permission of their local government unit and parents or guardians of students.