The Pasay City Government has recently announced that their classes and work are suspended on December 2, Monday, in observance of the city's 156th Foundation Day. 

For those who work in health services or are part of disaster relief organizations, however, it's business as usual.

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This is in accordance to Republic Act No. 11140 declaring the said date as a non-working holiday. 

December 2 also falls under the week of the South East Asian Games, which will affect traffic throughout Metro Manila. As reported by Top Gear Philippines, several areas around and leading to Pasay have been tagged with stop-and-go traffic schemes from November 30 to December 11, which include:

  • EDSA
  • Roxas Boulevard
  • Taft Avenue
  • Ayala Avenue
  • Magallanes
  • G. Puyat (Buendia) Avenue

For more details on the SEA Games traffic scheme, click here.

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