After 5.2 degree earthquake which was recorded this Friday afternoon with an epicenter in Tecomán, Colima, one more replica of the 7.7-magnitude earthquake last Monday, the Government of that state reported that next week’s classes will be remote.
Through social networks, the Government of Colima reported that classes during the week between Monday, September 26 and Friday, September 30, will be held “at a distance”.
“Using technological means, respecting the established schedules and with tolerance for students who may have some difficulty with virtual activities.”
It was indicated that the measure is applicable to all educational levels and in all shifts.
However, it was reported that those schools that have opinions that guarantee that their facilities do not have structural damage, they will be able to have face-to-face classes.
The Government of the State of Colima, through the Ministry of Education and Culture, reports the following: Classes during the week between Monday, September 26 and Friday, September 30, will be held “at a distance”, that is… 1/7
– Colima Government (@gobiernocolima) September 23, 2022
So far, no damage or human loss has been reported after the 5.2-magnitude earthquake this afternoon.
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