- A Grade 12 Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) student is finding it hard to get a signal for her online class
- Her grandfather did his best to build a small treehouse for her so that her phone could have signal
- Her grandfather was already 72-years-old and yet he went out of his way to build the structure for his granddaughter
- Schools moved to online classes due to the pandemic, and while many welcome the move, there are others who express worry about having a poor Internet connection
A senior high school student Jennylyn Mae Casipit, from Guimaras lauded the act of her grandfather, who, despite being a septuagenarian, still built a small treehouse for her atop a tree in order for her to get hold of a signal on her phone.
She is in senior hight, under HUMSS, and as per Aksyon Radyo Bacolod, while she may opt for a modular type of learning, she wanted to attend the classes so that she can better understand her lessons.
She explained that she was studying in Bacolod City but because of the lockdown, her family decided that she go home.
Indeed, the love of this 72-year-old for his apo is simply astounding.
A netizen warned the public about a modus, which involved buying used face masks but would recycle and re-sell them again.
The Department of Transportation has said that all passengers of public transport are required to wear face masks and also face shield.
Many schools right now are shifting to online classes due to the woes that the pandemic has brought to the country.
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