Since breakthrough of covid-19 into Kenya, it has interfered with many things. We have witnessed a lot of people losing their jobs as a result of closure industries and factories. Introduction of lockdown has greatly affected traders across the country.
Education just like any other sector, it has been largely affected by this pendamic. Universities, colleges, primary and secondary schools were forced to be closed for seven months last year. The ministry of Education later announced reopening of schools partially. However, schools were forced to be closed again by president Uhuru Kenyatta as infection rate was very high.
Both primary and secondary schools were expected to resume 10th May 2021. But parents, teachers, guardians and students were still waiting speech of president to reopen economy first and to remove lockdown in five counties. The good news is that president on labour day, he announced that schools will reopen next week on 10th.
What excited most students and parents is that, immediately after speech of president, ministry of Education drafted latest school calendar that will run up do 2023. See the details of latest school calendar.
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