Parents, guardians not allowed to visit SHS students whiles in school – Akufo-Addo

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President Akufo-Addo has announced that nobody will be allowed to visit a student when students return to school on Monday.

From Monday, June 22, all final year Senior High School students will return to school for the first time since March when all educational institutions were closed due to the pandemic.

The President announced this in his 12th Address to the nation on progress made in COVID-19 fight.

In addition, wearing of nose masks has been made compulsory while all social gathering has been banned.

The students will be there for 6 weeks till they write the WASSCE.

 

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