Government closed 13 educational institutions because of not complying to the instructed SOPs

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Earlier government of Pakistan announced to reopen school with proper implementation of SOPs, but that didn’t work out as we thought. Now 13 schools have been closed down because of not complying to the instructed SOPs to stop the COVID-19 in the country. As per the local media around 13 educational institutes have been shut down because of not complying to the SOPs, said the National Command and Control Center.

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Sindh Education and Labor Minister Saeed Ghani recently conducted a surprise visit to Government Girls College in New Karachi and also visited Mujeeb-ul-Nisa Ikram Government Girls Secondary Campus School located in New Karachi and asked them that social distance should be preserved in the college’s classrooms and gatherings and lauded the implementation of the SOPs. 22 schools in Pakistan were closed for violating SOPs set to prevent the expansion of COVID-19 barely two days just after schools and universities reopened in Pakistan after six-month shutdown.

In KPK 10 educational institutions as well as 3 in Sindh have been closed. Because of a scarcity of precautionary measures, the outbreak has dispersed to schools and universities. The institutions were reopened because government agreed to reopen the schools and colleges after a significant decline in the country’s corona cases. But unfortunately due to the carelessness, the rate of corona cases is rising again across the country. So, do follow SOPs and take care of your families and children.

Stay safe!