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Ministry Of Education Should Check Reopening of Schools

The Ministry of Education should check the reopening of schools before the D-Day arrives. Most of the private schools have come out to make demands that are ridiculously abnormal in moments as these. Obviously the only ministry that can do something about these demands is the ministry of Education.

Some schools demanded that every student and parent must come with their Covid-19 results to affirm their status. More to this, they demanded that students must report with fully paid bank slips. Two masks for each student and also buy two more masks from the schools. Students must also report with one litre of sanitizer each.

These demands are surely for the safety of the students but given the moment we are in, they are so luxurious. Most of the parents have not been working so its really unfair for schools to demand fully paid bank slips. Actually, currently most of the people are paying loans they took as a means of survival.

The Ministry of Education should come out and say something about this otherwise most students will not go back to school. If the government is not ready for school reopening, then it would be better to declare a dead year so that students, parents and schools prepare thoroughly.

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