It has been reported that Gauteng government through department of education and also department of health decided to close down 20 schools from the province of Gauteng.
This is because of rising Covid-19 infections which Gauteng province is already experiencing third wave and it is regarded now as the epicenter of Covid-19 pandemic.
Covid-19 daily infection rates are continuing to increase even thou the president had placed the nation under adjusted level 2. Although there is high call for president to act or rather place the country on high alert level before we loose control of Covid-19.
Although this is happening, department of basic education under the ministerial leadership of Minister Angie Motshekga announced that they are planning to bring back all primary learners to full capacity or normal daily calendar routine.
Now with this 20 schools closed down, people are starting to ask if it is the best move for taking back the kids to schools.
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