Schools from nursery to middle classes reopen in Sindh

Schools from nursery to middle classes reopen in Sindh
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Karachi: (Staff Report) Schools from nursery to 8th classes have been reopened across Sindh from today (Monday) and the students are being allowed to enter schools after checking their temperature.

According to details, after devastation of coronavirus, Sindh government became more cautious than other provinces, therefore implementation of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) had been made mandatory in all schools to prevent the virus.

Talking to media, Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani had requested parents to ensure that their children should come to schools wearing masks and urged schools administration to stricly implement SOPs.

The schools across the country had resumed classes for grade 6 to 8 on September 23, however, Sindh government has decided a week's delay in implementing this decision.

On September 15, educational institutions across the country reopened after a six-month coronavirus break.

The government had decided to close school, colleges and universities in March in order to curb the spread of coronavirus.

Sindh, however, had suspended educational activities in the province on February 27 after detection of first COVID-19 case in Karachi.