Parents Bothered About Schools Reopening In Kenya

Parents and guardians in Kenya are worried about the reopening of schools in the country, this is coming in light of government announcement that schools in the country should reopen after the lockdown imposed by the government to reduce the spread of coronavirus.

Hand washing, the wearing of face covers and temperature checks are required for those getting back to class.

Guardians going with their youngsters were glad and worried simultaneously.

“As a parent I am satisfied that the youngsters are back in school,” said Hildah Musimbi, a parent.

“However, right now we have a great deal of dread since we truly don’t have the foggiest idea whether different kids in school have the infection or regardless of whether the instructors have the infection, or regardless of whether the care staff in school have the infection.