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Primary, Middle Schools across Sindh province reopen today


Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

28th Sep, 2020. 09:38 am
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All classes, both primary and secondary, resume today at schools across Sindh province with strict implementation of standard operating procedures devised to curb the spread of COVID-19.

According to the details, after the closure of six months since March 2020, all public and private schools for grade 1 till 8, across the Sindh province.

Sindh Minister for Education Saeed Ghani has stressed to implement SOPs and precautionary measures, warning that strict action will be taken against the schools if found violating the health protocols.

He said that the parents and school administrations must ensure the implementation of health protocols devised to curb the spread of rhe novel coronavirus.

He explained that there had been no disruption as such in the reopening of schools and that it was only the second phase of reopening that had been delayed by only a week.

Ghani said that the schools that were sealed were due to two reasons: if a coronavirus case was found in school staff, or if small children had been asked to rejoin at a time when permitted by the government had not been granted.

“Now as we resume the reopening of schools, Sindh has decided that very strict enforcement of safety measures will be ensured,” he warned.

Earlier Saeed Ghani visited various government and private schools and colleges in District East and Central and inspected the SOPs and the education system there.



The provincial minister directed to implement full implementation of SOPs in various private schools and to bring students under full SOPs in the institution.

On Sunday, Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah while speaking about Covid-19 and the reopening of schools, he said all educational institutes would be bound to follow the pandemic-related standard operating procedures, adding that while all schools were to reopen on September 28, the threat of the spread of the coronavirus remained.