Schools reopen in Afghanistan after COVID-19 closings

More than six months since COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of academic institutions in Afghanistan with a fragile health system, all schools have reopened this week amid fears of spiraling COVID-19 cases

Oct 04, 2020
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More than six months since COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of academic institutions in Afghanistan with a fragile health system, all schools have reopened this week amid fears of spiraling COVID-19 cases.

The schools were planned to resume for students below 10th grade but a Cabinet’s recent decision confirmed reopening for 11th and 12th graders as well.

Ministry of Education says schools will reopen from October 3rd to late December in cold areas will close early January for winter recess till early March.

http://www.afghanistantimes.af/schools-reopen-after-covid-19-closings/

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