It is always a pleasure to any Nation to educates its citizens. As we all believe that education is the key to succeed. However, since emergency of COVID-19 globally, it has greatly interfered with learning calendar in most countries. Kenya, just like any other country its education calendar has been largely affected by this pendamic.
Parents, guardians, teachers and students were in preparation of reopening of third term on May 10th 2021. But the bad news is that they won't reopen schools as scheduled before. According to ministry of Education, learning will resume on 24th may of 2021. They say that they will continue monitoring the situation of covid-19 in the country so that schools will be opened at the right time.
Following these reports, parents, guardians, teachers and students should not expect to resume with physical learning this Month of May. It will take some time before infection rate reaches below 5%. According to ministry of health on 30th April 2021, the country recorded 497 positive cases of covid-19 which is 9.7% of infection rate.
During the GenU meeting held virtually on friday evening of 30th April,2021.The president said that coronavirus has greatly interfered with youths as some risk their life by using drug abuse while others gets early pregnancy. He challenged youths to improve their creativity in this difficult time as they are the backbone of the country.
With all these, do you think schools will be opened this month? Drop your opinion and comment.
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