COVID-19: Zambia Set To Delay School Reopening

Last updated on September 11th, 2021 at 08:06 am

President Edgar Lungu of Zambia has annouced that school will not yet resume due to the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic across the world, even as other African countries has started the reopening of schools.

In an assertion, the President said the postponement was intended to permit school specialists to get ready satisfactorily as far as setting up preventive measures against the pandemic.

He said the nation has seen a flood in diseases cases that could put students and staff in danger if schools continued educating without powerful wellbeing measures.

Educators associations have communicated worry about the availability of the service of training in front of the resuming.