Covid-19 has affected Kenyans since it was reported in the country. One of the most affected sectors is education and Entertainment sector. We have seen schools being closed more than once.
Of recent school from NEP secondary school which is found in County of Garissa is reported to be closed and students sent home after five students were said to have tested positive for The corona virus.
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"Students from NEP Girls Secondary School located in Garissa County were on Tuesday sent home after five students tested positive for Covid-19. The girls were sent home for a ten-day holiday as they await further instructions from an ongoing meeting between the Principal, County Commissioner and education officials. Earlier on, the school lost a matron who died from Covid-19 complications", Nation Africa Wrote on their Platform.
It was reported that The learners will have to stay at home a a one week Holiday. After the school Principal and the county commissioner come into conclusion.
What is your say about the above information. Do you think this was the right decision to be taken by the school management? Leave your thoughts below on comments section.
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