Imran welcomes millions of students back to school
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ISLAMABAD: Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said Monday it was the priority of his government and the country’s collective responsibility to ensure that every child can attend school safely as educational institutions across the country reopen on Tuesday after a six-month shutdown Covid-19.

The country’s educational institutions are gradually reopening after a drop in new coronavirus case numbers. This will end the long shutdown that led to the cancellation of exams and the introduction of online courses, The Express Tribune reported.

The Prime Minister welcomed millions of children back to school and assured people that the government had worked to ensure that school operations were in line with public health safety rules related to coronavirus.

“Tomorrow we will be welcoming millions of children back to school. It is our priority and collective responsibility to ensure that every child can safely go to school to learn.

“We have worked to ensure school operations are in line with public health safety rules in Covid-19,” Khan tweeted.

According to Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood, higher education institutions and high school classes will reopen on Tuesday, classes six to eight will reopen on September 23, and elementary classes on September 30.

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