The State Commissioner for Education, Science, and Technology, Olasunkanmi Olaleye who made the declaration on Wednesday, July 1, said school heads, administrators, and instructors have experienced preparing on the most proficient method to screen and report any associated case with Coronavirus.
An Emergency Operation Centers (EOCs) has additionally been set up in the State capital and at the zonal levels.
“Throughout last week, what we have been doing was to train school heads and teachers of public and private schools, preparing them for this task of taking firm control of preventing the spread of Covid-19 into our schools as we resume. Each school has been mandated to strictly enforce social distancing and observe other protocols against Covid-19 among teachers and students as laid down by NCDC.
“Students are to come to school with their facemasks and follow instructions on the guidelines from the management, these are imperative the government cannot lock down forever and education is an aspect of life that should not be allowed to suffer backwardness.”
This is coming after the state government declared that educators of government funded schools in the State are to continue on June 29, while understudies are to continue on July 6.