Classes suspended amid ‘Karding’

Various cities and provinces have declared suspension of classes this Monday, September 26, 2022, as a precaution against the possible threat of Super Typhoon Karding.

Classes are suspended in the following areas in NCR:

City of Manila – all levels, public and private.
Caloocan City – all levels, public and private.
Malabon City – all levels, public and private
Navotas City – all levels, public and private
Valenzuela City – all levels, public and private
Pateros – all levels, public and private.
Muntinlupa City – all levels, public and private.
Las Pinas – all levels, public and private.
Mandaluyong City – all levels, public and private.
Marikina City – all levels, public and private.
Pasay City – all levels, public and private.
Paranaque City – all levels, public and private.
Pasig City – all levels, public and private.
Quezon City – all levels, public and private.
San Juan City – all levels, public and private.
Taguig City – all levels, public and private.

Some provinces also declared class suspension on Sunday:

Bulacan Province – all levels, public and private
Guiguinto, Bulacan – all levels, public and private.
Malolos City – all levels, public and private.
Aurora Province – all levels, public and private.
Province of Rizal – all levels, public and private.
Province of Tarlac – all levels, public and private.
Province of Nueva Ecija – all levels, public and private
Tarlac City – all levels, public and private.
Silang, Cavite – all levels, public and private.

Some areas in Metro Manila have been raised to Tropical Cyclone Wind Signal Number 4 according to PAGASA.

In the 2:00 pm typhoon bulletin for Super Typhoon Karding, the cities of Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela, Quezon and Marikina have been placed under signal number 4.

The rest of the city of Metro Manila remains at signal number 3.

In the latest PAGASA report, the center of Super Typhoon Karding was last spotted 76 kilometers east northeast of Infanta, Quezon.

It has winds of 195 kilometers per hour and gusts of 240 kilometers per hour.

For latest updates, stay tuned to the Daily Tribune website and social media accounts.

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