UAE: Students may return to their campus at 50 per cent of its capacity
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UAE: Students may return to their campus at 50 per cent of its capacity

UAE: Students may return to their campus at 50 per cent of its capacity

The Ministry of Education will review the situation on a weekly basis

The UAE’s Ministry of Education said on Sunday, January 10, that students in the country may return to school for face-to-face learning at 50 per cent of the campus capacity.

The ministry added that temperatures must be monitored, physical distancing adhered to and all the other relevant health and safety protocols must be observed as students return to their campus.

Also, it added that the prevailing health situation will be evaluated “on a weekly basis to make the appropriate decision” for the rest of the term.

An action plan it formulated for the safe return to schools during this academic year 2020-2021 stemmed from a study of the current health situation, and recommendations of the authorities, as well as feedback it received from students and partners.

On Sunday, it also announced via Twitter centres where educational staff could get vaccinated in Ajman and Fujairah.

Read: UAE: Teachers and educational admin staff encouraged to take Covid-19 vaccine

Last week, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, and chairman of the Education and Human Resources Council encouraged employees in public and private educational institutions in the country to opt for the Covid-19 vaccine.

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