SCHOOL RESUMPTION: NUT MEETS THURSDAY OVER COVID-19 RULES, PARTIAL COMPLIANCE RECORDED

Written by on January 19, 2021

AMID CONCERN ABOUT THE RISING CORONAVIRUS CASES IN THE COUNTRY, THE NIGERIA UNION OF TEACHERS SAYS IT WOULD HOLD A MEETING ON THE PANDEMIC AND COMPLIANCE WITH  COVID-19 PROTOCOLS IN SCHOOLS ACROSS THE COUNTRY ON  THURSDAY.

THE SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE NUT, MIKE ENE, STATED THIS IN AN INTERVIEW WITH ONE OF OUR CORRESPONDENTS IN ABUJA, AS PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN MANY STATES REOPENED WITH PARTIAL COMPLIANCE WITH COVID-19 SAFETY RULES.

WHILE SCHOOLS IN SOME STATES OBSERVED SAFETY RULES SUCH AS SOCIAL DISTANCING AND HAND WASHING, OTHERS DISREGARDED THEM AS CLASSROOMS WERE OVERCROWDED.

THE NUT SECRETARY-GENERAL, ENE, IN THE INTERVIEW WITH THE PUNCH, SAID THURSDAY’S MEETING WOULD REVIEW COMPLIANCE WITH COVID-19 PROTOCOLS WITH THE AIM OF ENSURING SAFETY OF TEACHERS AND THEIR PUPILS.


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