President Akufo-Addo says he will never make any decision that would put the lives of students and teachers at risk.
This follows government’s reviving of schools for understudies in the Junior High School (JHS), Senior High School (SHS) and colleges.
In his most recent location on Sunday, June 21, 2020, the President said 800,000 students, instructors and non-showing staff who will be coming back to class from Monday.
While numerous guardians are as yet careful about the COVID-19 pandemic, Akufo-Addo guaranteed that administration will secure the lives of understudies, instructors and non-training staff coming back to class.
“I take this opportunity to assure all parents and guardians that the government is determined to protect the lives of the 800,000 students, teachers and non-teaching staff, who will be returning to school from tomorrow [Monday, 22 June 2020].
“I will be the last person to put the lives of the ‘Akufo-Addo graduates’ at risk,” he said, while advising that “they must all adhere strictly to enhanced personal hygiene and social distancing protocols, regularly wash their hands with soap under running water, refrain from shaking hands, and wear masks to protect themselves and others. These rules apply to all of us.”
Meanwhile, the President additionally declared that 18,000 Veronica Buckets, 800,000 bits of 200-milliliter sanitizers, 36,000 moves of tissue paper, 36,000 gallons of fluid cleanser and 7,200 thermometer firearms have likewise been circulated to schools.