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Filipino Institute-Dubai to conduct 2-day deep sanitation; classes to be moved


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The Filipino Institute-Dubai campus will be conducting deep sanitation and disinfection from November 10 to 11 as part of the safety standards set by the pertinent government agencies to avoid the spread of Covid-19, thus all scheduled classes on these days will be moved to another date. 

Those who will enroll in the campus physically are advised to reschedule their visit for November 12. 

While there will be no staff working on the campus for a certain period, lines are still available for inquiries. 

According to Mr. Gabriel John Rimando, the founder, and president of the Filipino Institute, the sanitation will be done on a weekly basis to ensure the safety of staff, students, and trainers. 

All employees of the campus are also undergoing the Covid-19 test every month to ensure their safety as they entertain hundreds of enrollees each day. 

Meanwhile, Filipino Institute campuses in Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Qatar, and Bahrain will be fully operating on the same day. 

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