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CHED plans to expand limited face-to-face classes in all degree programs

 The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has its plan to expand the opening of limited face-to-face classes in other degree programs of colleges and universities in the low-risk areas.

CHED, on Monday, October 11 said that it studying to increase the opening of the limited face-to-face classes to areas that has low COVID-19 cases and high vaccination rates.

"CHED is thankful to the President for allowing us to expand the conduct of limited face-to-face classes," CHED Chairman Popoy De Vera said during the press briefing of Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque.

"Ang susunod naming pinag-aaralan na ay, in addition to limited face-to-face classes by degree program, pinag-aaralan na namin kung pwedeng payagan ang mga eskwelahan na mag-limited face-toface in all degree programs in areas that have very low COVID-19 prevalence and also very high vaccination rate," De Vera added.

Currently, medicine and health-allied, engineering, hotel and restaurant management, tourism, marine engineering, and marine transportation are allowed degree programs in areas under modified general community quarantine (MGCQ).

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