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Fear As Schools Return In Lagos State In the Midst of Coronavirus Second Wave

Private and government funded schools have continued for the first and second term across Lagos State. 

The central government fixed today January 18 for returning of schools over the nation, even as it keeps on managing the second influence of Coronavirus. 

The Lagos State ministry of education on Sunday, given an assertion on the arrangement to screen resumption and consistence with Coronavirus conventions

Director of Public affairs , Lagos State ministry of education , Kayode Abayomi, has just said the commission of education , Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo, will visit schools in Agege, Igando, Surulere and Ikeja. 

"In an offer to screen schools' resumption and the Coronavirus convention rules consistence, the ministry of education will visit a few schools around Agege axis as ahead of schedule as 7.30 am tomorrow. Spots like Surulere, Ikeja, Agege and Igando will be covered," Abayomi said in an assertion. 

Despite the fact that understudies of both public and non-public schools could be seen venturing out from home on Monday morning, most parents and guardians have decided to hold their wards back. 

There is dread and trepidation about the deadlier new strain of Covid. There is likewise worry on whether schools are exceptional to set up required conventions. 

Some have even asked why government workers have been approached to remain at home, while youngsters continue at school. 

Excepting any conclusion because of the Coronavirus pandemic, the second term of the 2020/2021 scholastic meeting will run for 61 days for both public and private based schools. 

This is as per the amended schedule for the 2020/2021 academic session from the Workplace of the education Quality assurance (OEQA). 

The subsequent term will run from today to April 30. 

Resumption for the third term has been planned for May 4, while the term is to end August 6.

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