Isolation Centres Mandatory For Reopening Of Schools – FG
The Federal Government has cancelled the conditions learning institutions and schools across the country must meet before reopening.
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The conditions which was contained in a 36-page document submitted to the Senate by Mallam Adamu Adamu, the Minster of Education.
The document which is titled: “Guidelines for schools and learning facilities reopening after COVID-19 pandemic closure.”
Mr. Mallam Adamu Mallam stated that the conditions are key strategies for implementing efficient, safe and equitable plans for school reopening and operations.
The minister noted: “We might have to live with COVID-19 for a while, they guidelines focuses on the urgent need to improve and maintain distance learning programmes.”
He stated that they guidelines were drafted in close coordination with environmental, education, health and school safety experts who were tasked with the responsibility of creating a pathway for safely reopening schools and other learning facilities for quality learning and teaching.
A major line in the conditions is that schools must “create immediate temporary” COVID-19 “isolation space” before they can reopen.
Schools are also to “ensure establishment of a School COVID-19 Referral System including procedures and protocols to take teachers, administrators, learners, and other education personnel if they become sick while in schools.”
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