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BREAKING NEWS: Six Conditions For Reopening Of Schools, Varsities, By FG

BREAKING NEWS: Six Conditions For Reopening Of Schools, Varsities, By FG

In view of the reopening of schools the Federal Government of Nigeria has listed 6 conditions that needs to be fulfilled before each school can resume for learning.

The Federal government emphasized that this conditions were laid down in order to protect the pupils and students against contracting the virus. The FG has also asked school to start putting all of these conditions into practice in order to meet the terms of resumption.

Among other things on the list the FG is demanding that schools contaminate their school environs and also provide a new class size which will maintain the social and physical distancing order.

Honorable Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba the Minister of State for Education revealed this conditions in Abuja at the annual policy meeting on admissions to tertiary institutions in the country by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board.

He said that while the nation is looking forward to easing the lock down, it will automatically lead to the reopening of institutions of learning. 

He urged all the heads of each institutions not to wait till the government’s announcement to reopen before putting in place the prevent measures to comply with the protocols and advisories of the NCDC.

According to the minister, all institutions are to have the following in order to meet the terms of school resumption:

     1.    Hand washing facilities.
     2.   Equipment for body temperature checks.
     3.   All entry points to the school’s major facility must have body disinfectants. This major facilities includes the gates, hostels, classes, offices and so on.
     4.   Each institution are to decontaminate its premises.
     5.   The institutions must make efforts to work towards maintaining the highest level of hygiene.
     6.   The institutions must ensure that the order of social and physical distancing is observed with class sizes and meeting spaces.


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