Christmas is in the air and for many people, it also means spending a great time with the family and welcoming guests into their homes. Holidays are for merry-making and for rekindling ties with friends and loved ones. However, if your home is not yet holiday-ready, you can still squeeze in some time for general cleaning.
To help you cope with the demands of your job and return to work safely, here’s an article that shares some back-to-work safety tips.
In the Philippines, there are only two seasons--wet and dry. In the past months, Filipinos have experienced typhoons and monsoon rains. The wet season has started. During this time, your concerns are not just limited to flooding, there are also common rainy season diseases that you need to be aware of.
After more than two years, students in the Philippines are returning to face-to-face classes. This step to normalcy is welcomed with different reactions. While it aims to restore the quality of education and resolve problems encountered by students and teachers during online classes, some parents and students are apprehensive as this could increase the risk of getting sick and possibly acquiring the dreaded COVID-19 virus.