#WalangPasok: Class suspensions for July 17

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, July 16) — Local government officials announced the suspension of classes and government offices Tuesday in some parts of Luzon due to rains and possible floods brought by an enhanced southwest monsoon.

The Office of the President released a memorandum suspending classes in public schools and work in government offices in Metro Manila effective, 1 p.m.

ALL LEVELS

METRO MANILA

Caloocan City

Las Piñas City

Makati City

Malabon City

Mandaluyong City

Manila City

Marikina City

Muntinlupa City

Navotas City

Olongapo City

Parañaque City

Pasay City

Pasig City

Pateros City

Quezon City

San Juan City

Taguig City

Taytay, Rizal

Valenzuela City

CALABARZON

Binangonan, Rizal

Cainta, Rizal

Cardona, Rizal

Cavite

Jalajala, Rizal

San Pedro, Laguna

Rodriguez, Rizal

CENTRAL LUZON

Bataan province

Bulacan province

Lubao, Pampanga

Macabebe, Pampanga (selected barangays)

Masantol, Pampanga (selected schools)

Minalin, Pampanga

Sasmuan, Pampanga

San Fernando, Pampanga

MIMAROPA

Abra de Ilog, Occidental Mindoro

PRESCHOOL TO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

CALABARZON

Batangas

MIMAROPA

Coron, Palawan

CAGAYAN VALLEY

Northern Cagayan

PRESCHOOL TO ELEMENTARY

CENTRAL LUZON

Tarlac province

Senator Gringo Honasan also announced the suspension of work in the Senate due to floods, but the scheduled hearings on charter change and the Bangsamoro Basic Law will push through. Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio also suspended work for personnel in the Supreme Court.

Work in Manila City Hall, Valenzuela City Hall, and Quezon City Hall have also been called off due to inclement weather, according to their respective chief executives.

Henry has reportedly left Philippine territory as of 11 a.m., the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) said, however, rains will persist until the weekend due to the enhanced southwest monsoon.

Weather officials added that a low pressure area may develop into a tropical depression in the next 36 hours, leading to more rains in the western section of Luzon, including Metro Manila.

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