Manyara who advocates for youth's space in the field of political leadership, has gain said that the ministry of Education shouldn't rush to reopen learning institutions without proper schemes of containment measures to protect the life of students from the global pandemic, COVID-19.
In a letter released on Friday 2nd October, Manyara urged the ministry of health to reconsider the social distance of 1.5M in all learning institutions is strictly adhered to.
He also opined that the government should provide free nose masks and hand sanitizers to students.
Among other requirements are provision of financial assistance that will aid in employing more lectures to maintain the lecturer-student ratio, reasonable notice to resumption of classes to students of the other years of study and technology assistance to the institutions to ensure e-libraries and less use of papers in teaching.
Manyara has urged the government and the ministry of health to incorporate the above requirements as they are the only safe ways that will guarantee students life safety.
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