- The new decision comes at a time when Kovid spread is strong in the country
- The doctors commented that the classes should not be shifted online and that there would be no problem in the current situation of continuing the classes directly.
The decision was taken by the school management in the absence of any specific instructions from the ministry in this regard. The move comes after a special meeting of the Emergency Committee on Kovid Affairs was adjourned yesterday. The media also reported that private managements have received permission from the Ministry of Education to make classes online only for a week.
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Foreigners are required to stay in the home quarantine for at least 72 hours in the event of a Kovid outbreak in the country. As a result, staff, including teachers returning from vacations, are unable to attend school. In view of this, the authorities have decided to suspend direct classes in schools for a week.
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At the same time, doctors commented that school classes should not be moved online and that there would be no problem in the current situation of continuing direct classes. Their position is that it is enough to strictly follow the code of conduct in schools. Authorities say the newly-spread omicron virus is highly contagious but not dangerous.
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