We are prepared for reopening of schools – Delta State Govtt

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The federal government’s directive on schools reopening have got state Ministries of Education across the country, working round the clock to ensure appropriate measures to prevent the spread of the dreaded COVID-19 are in place.

Barely one week ago, exit classes of schools were directed to resume on August 4, to allow students prepare for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for the next two weeks.

Since then, authorities of the Delta State Basic and Secondary Education commenced works to accommodate thousands of students who will sit for the Certificate Examinations come August 17.

According to the Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Mr. Patrick Ukah, 5,697 private and public school teachers across the state have been trained on carrying out the COVID-19 protocols in their schools.

He disclosed that the ministry is working with its Health and Environment counterparts to ensure safety of students and teachers with regards to COVID-19 guidelines, when classes resume on Tuesday.

Among measures being put in place are fumigation of schools, repairs of doors and broken ceilings, provision of sickbay in the case of incident, as well as toll free lines to response centers across the 25 LGAs.’

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