Hannock Kasama-Government has announced that the schools will remain closed until a further detailed assessment of the intensity of the pandemic is carried out between July 08 and 15, 2021.
Ministry of Information Permanent Secretary AMOS MALUPENGA says despite the quest to ensure that pupils do not lag behind in the provision of education, government is also concerned with the safety of the pupils and teachers.
Mr. MALUPENGA announced this today in Lusaka, at a joint briefing, with Health Permanent Secretary, KENNEDY MALAMA.
This comes after the schools were, on June 16, 2021, shut-down due to COVID-19, for 21 days, a period, which expires next week.
AND Dr. MALAMA called on members of the public not to stigmatise victims of COVID-19 as one of the measures to boost recovery.
Dr. MALAMA also emphasised that tests for COVID-19 are still free in public health institutions, following claims that some clients are being charged.
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