Sindh authorities spokesperson Murtaza Wahab on Saturday has urged the federal authorities officers and educational departments to rethink their dedication of reopening schools, stating that the “situation is still not certain”.
In a tweet, Murtaza Wahab burdened that kids couldn’t have the power to adjust to the COVID-19 SOPs and that an an infection has nonetheless not been eradicated all through the nation.
“The situation is still not certain and children may not be able to follow the [standard operating procedures] SOPs,” he talked about in a tweet.
Earlier on September 7, Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood had talked about that educational institutions will reopen all through the nation in phases starting September 15, as COVID-19 infections proceed to say no.
“All universities, Higher Education Commission’s (HEC) institutes, and colleges will be reopened from September 15,” talked about Mahmood. “[The government] has allowed for classes of grades IX, X, and XI to be conducted [from September 15] as well.”
The minister had thanked dad and mother for “patiently waiting” for the earlier six months, stating that the nation is now able to reopen colleges and universities from September 15.