Cape Town - Since clinical science has addressed many inquiries around Covid-19, the Education Department is sure to proceed with the stamping of the current year's National Senior Certificate (NSC) test papers.
Day by day screening, cleaning and social separating will occur and markers should wear their covers each day.
At checking focuses the nation over, the Department of Basic Education (DBE) will have consistence officials to help markers about their obligations to remember remaining safe.
Elective checking focuses will be made accessible should one close down because of somebody testing positive for Covid-19.
DBE representative Elijah Mhlanga said: "The wellbeing and security conventions are as old as year. Stamping was permitted to continue in any event, during the third wave last time, so we see nothing halting it this time."
Albeit eight markers kicked the bucket from Covid-19 last year and 315 markers tried positive, Mhlanga said the cases were not identified with checking focuses.
"Individuals went to memorial services and weddings prior to coming to stamping focuses. We didn't realize they had gone to weddings and memorial services. They informed us once they tried positive.
"Recollect likewise that we didn't know however much we know now about Covid-19. From that point forward clinical science has addressed most inquiries we were unable to manage last year," Mhlanga said.
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