Schools from 6th to 8th opens across Sindh

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Schools in Sindh to open with 50% attendance from Monday

Schools from 6th to 8th opens across Sindh

KARACHI, (June 15, 2021): Schools have been opened across the Sindh including Karachi from today. The teaching process in schools from sixth to eighth grade has started from.

Corona SOPs will be observed when children arrive at school.

Schools from 6th to 8th across Sindh including Karachi reopened with 50% attendance from today.

Students are seated in classrooms from a distance under Corona SOPs.

Students, teachers and other staff have also covered their noses and mouths with masks.

Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has said that if the situation improves, primary classes will be reopened from June 21.

Business across the province will now be closed only on Sundays.

Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani has said that the teaching process up to the fifth grade will start from June 21, if situation improves.

He said that the attendance rate in all classes will be 50%, vaccination of all school staff has been made mandatory.

Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani also said that all these issues have been approved in the Corona Virus Task Force meeting.

Veteran activist of 1970s student leader Taj Baloch has been booked in Bahria Town incident FIR. Lodging a case against such an old activist, democrat, progressive peaceful man is condemn. A man who never indulged in violence even his youth age.

Sindh Information Minister Nasir Hussain Shah has said that anyone who does not get vaccinated will have their mobile phone SIM blocked.

On the other hand, the relaxation of Corona sanctions across the country has started from today.

From today, there will be 100% attendance in the offices, the markets will be closed only one day in a week