View pictures in App save up to 80% data. It's now 2 weeks since primary and secondary schools were reopened for candidate classes. The ministry of education made sure that all candidates back in schools as they prepare for their final examinations which are set to be done in March next year.
Though there are a number of schools across the country that are yet to receive their learners due to some circumstances such as floods in the Baringo county. Such learners that are in class 8 and grade will be missing the national assessment that is set to kickoff today.
According to today's Nation, there is fear for covid-19 cases in schools. Last week, a tertiary Institution in the Homa Bay country reported a coronavirus case. Another high school student was captured in a video experiencing breathing difficulties. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
Such cases have brought fear in schools. According to Health CAS Rashid Aman, schools may be forced to close once again if the cases continue to rise. Over the past one week, the ministry of health has been reporting over 600 positive cases in a day with less recoveries and high fatalities.
Schools may also be forced to close incase of a lockdown that might be imposed in a number of counties across the nation. With our understanding, we all know that there are a number of children who are day scholars, they reside in one county and learn in another neighbouring county. For example, there are learners who reside in Kilifi County and their schools are in Kwale or Mombasa. Incase if a lockdown then it means that they won't access their schools.
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