Anambra postpones reopening of school, see new date
Schools in Anambra state will not reopen on January 18.
The schools will reopen on February 1, 2021, according to State Governor Willie Obiano.
Gov. Willie Obiano, who made the announcement during a statewide broadcast of the devastating second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, said the new resumption date should give school leaders enough time to take proper action and prepare. before shooting.
The second wave of the virus is more deadly, according to the governor, as there were one hundred and ten positive cases in the state between December 7, 2020 and January 11, 2021, with his administration expecting a rise because they are Anambra. Traveling well, he returned from different parts of the world to celebrate Christmas and New Year.
Governor Obiano, however, expressed concern that Ndi Anambra is no longer resisting the COVID-19 protocols, expressing optimism that more efforts will be put in, as during the first wave, and stressed that early testing is key to survival. … to the virus.
To minimize contamination, Governor Obiano made other statements, including that all government agencies must comply with COVID-19 guidelines, nightclub bans are still in place, large gatherings are not allowed, and markets all have a week to make the necessary settings or close the risk zone. Transport operators should go back to all safety regulations, churches should create an action group and go back to the basics of preventing COVID-19, wear protective masks to be sure, among other things.
While praising cutting-edge healthcare workers and encouraging their dedication, the governor assured that with his best efforts, the virus attack would be blocked until they received the vaccine.