After being closed for almost a year and a half due to the Corona epidemic, the educational institutions will reopen tomorrow. Students are returning to physical classes. Most parents are positive about this decision. But they also have the issue of child protection in mind. For this, the parents want the 19-point instructions given in opening the school to be followed properly.
The heads of the educational institutions say that they are also emphasizing hygiene. However, some teachers say that the full implementation of the 19-point directive is no less of a challenge.
Meanwhile, public health experts also think that the decision to open educational institutions is right. However, it is on the condition of complying with hygiene rules. A public health expert has suggested that teachers, students and parents should get tested easily if they have corona symptoms.
The government also has plans on what to do if corona infection increases after the reopening of educational institutions. After the inter-ministerial meeting held at the cabinet department on September 5, Education Minister Dipu Moni said that if the corona infection in any educational institution increases, that institution will be closed.
Meanwhile, Health Minister Zahid Malek, while inspecting the admission test of the dental college on Friday, told reporters that the school-college has reopened as the infection has decreased. The Ministry of Education will take the decision to close the educational institution if the rate of infection increases alarmingly again. “We would suggest the same,” he said. We don’t want our children to be infected. “