Ministry to continue dialogue with stakeholders – FBC News

The decision to reopen the schools took into account a number of factors, including the potential health risks as well as the impact of school closures on students.

Education Minister Premila Kumar urges Fijians to apply an evidence-based and practical approach to COVID-19.

Kumar says the government recognizes the importance of education and is committed to supporting the continuity of learning in the classroom.

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“The risk that children will not be in school continues to be greater than the risk that they will be in school. Children are deprived of social and mental development. A specific group of school staff has been trained and tasked with monitoring students and teachers who may be showing symptoms of COVID-19. “

Kumar assured that the Ministry of Education will continue its regular dialogue with stakeholders to support schools and ensure the safety of students and teachers.

Working with the Ministry of Health, the World Health Organization and UNICEF, the ministry also revised the school reopening guidelines, which were sent to schools last week to guide and support schools on the way to create and maintain a safe school environment.

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