SHS reopening: Schools ensuring adherence to COVID-19 safety protocols

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All final year senior high school students are expected back to school for the first time since March, 2020 when all educational institutions were closed due the pandemic.

They will return with some second year students who are yet to complete third term for the 2019, 2020 academic year.

This follows the President’s decision to ease some restrictions.

At the time of ABC News‘ visit to the Methodist Girls High School, authorities insisted that based on a directive from superiors, no media house was to be permitted to film or interact with stakeholders but it was evident from observation that the school was keen on observing health and safety protocols.

Hand washing, temperature checks, social distancing and collection of details were among the measures enforced.

The situation was no different at Aburi Girls SHS.

There too, the headmistress denied us opportunity to film the process but we observed that even parents and guardians on entering the school had their face masks on, were mandated to wash their hands and have temperatures checked.

Watch video below:

SourceABC News

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