Due to the unprecedented COVID-19 lockdown, schools have been shut and students have been asked to stay at home. Despite this, students are encouraged to continue studying and learning at home. As parents, it is then your duty to support your kids’ learning. Since not all parents are familiar with home schooling, here are some tips to consider to help boost your kids’ productivity.
Send money to the Philippines from the comforts of your home in Canada! Help combat the spread of the coronavirus and protect one another by staying at home and remitting online. You can easily do so through Asenso Remit. To begin, visit www.asensoremit.com or download the FREE Asenso Remit mobile app. Our services are available 24/7 so you can send money any time of the day.
Following the Government’s recent directives, many employees have started working from home. Unless, of course, it is impossible for them to do so. While some employees or freelancers are already used to this kind of set up, it remains quite unusual for some. Some employees might find their days more unproductive. Others might have easily adapted to the setting and get more job done. Thus, here are 5 ideas we’ve pulled together to help you be more productive when working from home.
The whole world is currently facing an unprecedented challenge brought about by the novel coronavirus pandemic. With the increasing number of related cases and fatalities caused by the disease, everyone’s cooperation is much needed to battle against the global crisis together. In most countries, lockdowns and border closures have been implemented to contain the virus and slow down its spread.
In light of the Canadian Government’s recent announcement, everyone must stay at home at all times to help slow down the spread of the coronavirus. Everyone should stay at home where possible, other than for non-essential reasons. Students, on the other hand, have been off school since last week. As these new measures will be strictly implemented for the time being, there are different ways to make the most of your time indoors.
On March 23, 2020, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shared an update on Canada’s measures to further prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the country. He stressed the importance of social distancing or physical distancing in order to stop or at least slow down the spread of the disease.