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Schools to Reopen all over Sindh from Tomorrow

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From tomorrow, schools are reopening in Sindh including Karachi under strict SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) to prevent the pandemic virus from spreading.


In the initial phase, only the ninth and tenth standard students will be joining the classes. Face masks have been made compulsory for all teachers, students, and staffers.

All students are asked to use sanitizers frequently during the premises of the school.

Also read: Teachers and Students not required to bring COVID-19 Test reports says Punjab Govt

Earlier today, Prime Minister Imran Khan through twitter welcomed all the children for rejoining schools from tomorrow onwards.

Shafqat Mehmood Federal minister for Education announced on the 7th of September that all the educational institutes are going to reopen in phases from September 15th. First, the universities and colleges will reopen, and later on, the schools will be reopened as well.

He announced that class six, seven, and eight students are going to join the classes from the 23rd of September. Shafqat Mehmood also declared that if everything runs smoothly for fifteen days then all the educational institutions will be allowed to reopen.   

As per the latest development, Balochistan is going to plant 400k Olive trees this year so that it can fight the water scarcity in the province.

More read: Balochistan decides to Plant 0.4 million Olive Trees this year

via ARY News

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