PAKISTAN WILL REOPEN SCHOOLS IN PHASES, BEGINNING ON SEPT 15
All public and private educational institutions in Pakistan will reopen schools in phases, Federal Minister of Education Shafqat Mahmood, as COVID-19 infections in the South Asian country continue to decline.
The clergyman prior concluded that the schools all through Pakistan would be returned in stages beginning September 15 and severe checking would be done to control the COVID-19 pandemic.
Grade 9 and up classes, as well as all universities, would reopen schools from Sept. 15 onwards, while Grade 6-8 classes would resume by Sept. 22. Pre-primary and primary classes, however, would reopen on 30 Sept.
The recommendations would be forwarded to final approval by the National Coordination Committee. COVID-19 Student Guidelines, Schools in any area which might witness an increase in the number of cases of coronavirus would be closed, according to the authorities.
Wearing face masks would be compulsory in the schools and in the event of a violation of coronavirus-related SOPs, strict action should be taken. Also, there would be “no double shift”Independently, the commonplace instruction division has chosen to do COVID tests on school staff and understudies in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.