Why allow youngsters in malls if they are banned from in-person classes?
Previously, only those aged between 15 and 65 were allowed to go out of their homes. But the inter-agency task force leading the country's pandemic response has authorized 10- to 14-year-olds to go out in areas under modified general community quarantine from Feb. 1.
Several million Filipinos are still unemployed and this figure might go up if sales in commercial establishments slump due to continued age-based restrictions, said Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez. Families account for 30 to 50 percent of the sales of commercial establishments, he told reporters in an online briefing.
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Because we dont spend whole days in malls sitting next to each other It can make sense pa rin if paramaters are explained. In malls, social distancing and other safety requirement can be implemented easily while very difficult in schools. Activities with interactions may still be controlled. Mental health of kids are also affected in the pandemic.
True Pera pera! Why? Because it’s becoming an excessive violation of our rights. IATF..... TRASH. In mall they are with their parents, in school they are not with them Bobo B/riones Nice photo
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Being at the mall doesn't mean kids are not studying, for sure it'll be weekend and with parents/guardians. Why make fuzz about it? May online school naman, tipid pa sa parents kasi walang baon needed justsaying ulit 👊🏻 Why not? At school they'll be sitting near to each other eh. They won't be able to practice social distancing while at mall they'll be guided by their parents, besides no kids are allowed to go to the mall diba? JustSaying
Correct! Shunga ang DTI khit nuong seminar bago pandemya isang mema si lolo. Sana next na uupo sa ahensya yung maayos na. mas okei cguro.po mag usap usap muna po kau ksi mgkakaiba kau ng sinasabi e. Nguguluhan cno tlaga at ano ang susundin nmin... Haist Young kids asymptotic super spreader Sino kayang nakaisip neto, apakagaling!👏mukhang di naman talaga pinag isipan.
The logic of the Philippine government. good point Bright idea huh?😅
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Because this is Martial law using Covid 19 It’s a strategy to manipulate. power and Money At lahat ng mga Politiko sa administration tiba tiba na sa Pandemic na to Because economy is more impt than education 🤣🤣 Kase, they learn more effectively in malls 😂 tamang window shopping lang ng mini urns for kids.
The pandemic is still very much w/ us & very dangerous so please let’s not force things that can’t be. sa true! Tomo! 💯✔️ Our choice is really based on the intensity of the interaction of the youth. Imagine the intensity of the interaction if they are at school, close together, they have constant interaction, we monitor them less. -Ramon Lopez
Yes! Exactly my question as a parent. Buti pa ang malls, tumatanggap na ng bata. Ang mga paaralan, hindi pa rin pwede. Priorities
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Watch also in iWantTFC The Department of Trade and Industry on Monday defended a government move to allow 10- to 14-year-olds to go to commercial establishments, even as they are still banned from attending face-to-face classes due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Photo courtesy: CRIS BOURONCLE/AFP/Getty Images (CNN) - Since it was completed in 1869, the Suez Canal has been one of the world's most important bodies of water; a portal between East and West that has been controlled by multiple countries, threatened to ignite war, and become a bedrock of the global economy..(Photo from Darla Mae Hasan) Hasan graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Development Communication from the University of the Philippines Los Baños.
Previously, only those aged between 15 and 65 were allowed to go out of their homes. But the inter-agency task force leading the country's pandemic response has authorized 10- to 14-year-olds to go out in areas under modified general community quarantine from Feb. Workers are continuing to clear sand and mud away from the Ever Given, a 224,000-ton vessel that ran aground after 40-knot winds and a sandstorm caused low visibility and poor navigation. 1.  Several million Filipinos are still unemployed and this figure might go up if sales in commercial establishments slump due to continued age-based restrictions, said Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez. Why is the Suez Canal so important? The importance of the canal stems first and foremost from its location; it is the only place that directly connects the waters of Europe with the Arabian Sea, the Indian Ocean and the countries of the Asia-Pacific.  Families account for 30 to 50 percent of the sales of commercial establishments, he told reporters in an online briefing. Currently, Hasan is freelancing as a social media marketer, brand strategist, and an online business coach.
"Napakaimportante na as a family, mapayagan naman silang lumabas," he said. A solution to that problem appeared elusive for centuries, until the precious 120-mile waterway was constructed to slither down Egypt and into the Red Sea. (It is very important that they are allowed to go out as a family.) Lopez said the easing of age restrictions was not a choice between allowing children to go to malls and letting them return to in-person classes. The time saved by the passage is almost invaluable.  "Iyong pagpili nito is base talaga sa intensity ng interaction ng mga kabataan," he said.  "Imagine po natin iyong intensity ng interaction ‘pag nasa eskuwelahan ang bata, tabi-tabi ang mga mag-aaral estudyante, constant interaction, mas hindi natin ho bantayan. But the second-quickest way to complete that same journey would be via the Cape of Good Hope and around Africa. and leaving her office at 5 p.
And they spend so many hours in this kind of environment." (Our choice is really based on the intensity of the interaction of the youth. Adding to its importance is that there are no alternatives to the Suez; were it not for the Red Sea stretching up above the Horn of Africa and along Sudan and Egypt, no land masses would be narrow enough to support an artificial waterway that links Europe with the Asia-Pacific. Imagine the intensity of the interaction if they are at school, close together, they have constant interaction, we monitor them less.) Watch part of the briefing here. What is its history? A passageway connecting the Mediterranean and Red Seas had been longed for by nation states for centuries, and the canal's importance was clear long before construction began. .m.