Hygiene, social distancing be maintained at institutions: Meraj Humayun

Education Reporter

PESHAWAR: Former MPA and senior leader of PML-N Meraj Humayun has said that education being the weakest and the least priority sector in Pakistan has been further hit severely by the government’s poor and unsatisfactory response to Corona pandemic.

In a press release issued here on Wednesday, the former MPA and PML-N leader stated that unfortunately there had been no schooling in the country since March this year and after long procrastination the Federal Government had finally decided to open the institutions from September 15 in a phased manner which was a very good step, however, there was need for following strict SOPs regarding hygiene and social distancing.

She further said that opening the educational institutes needed enough resources to provide clean water, soaps/sanitizers and masks to the students, teachers and staff for their safety against Covid-19, therefore, the government and the concerned authorities should pay attention to this important matter.

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