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All Schools To Open For Normal Learning In January, President Uhuru Kenyatta Announces

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced that all schools across the country will officially open for normal learning in January 2021.
President Uhuru made the announcement yesterday in a televised address to the nation. The president directed that Grade Four, Standard Eight and Form Four learners remain in school as the remaining classes resume their normal studies at the beginning of next year.
The president also called upon the National assembly to ensure allocation of funds for additional hand-washing points, masks for every child as well as physical distancing in schools.
Speaking during the 6th Extraordinary Session of the National and County Governments Co-ordination Summit, Kenyatta urged MPs to work with the National Government’s administration officers, National Government Affirmative Action Fund and National Government Constituency Development Fund boards so as to safeguard learners from the deadly Coronavirus.
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The president noted that 38 days after the lifting of restrictions, the country has seen a rise in the infection cases with 15,000, people being infected and around 300 dying in the month of October alone.
The Ministry of Education though CS Magoha has turned down calls to close schools due to spike of Covid-19 cases in school. Magoha has said that students are more safe in school than at home and announced plans to see all classes resume normal learning.
Private schools owners have also called upon the Ministry to open all the schools and opposed the phased re-opening. They however called upon aid in providing protective gears and sanitizers for all school.

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