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Can you imagine school without Assemblies and Queues at the dining hall?

Below are some of the proposals fronted by teachers' unions ahead of the reopening of schools to prevent the spread of Coronavirus


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Can you imagine school without Assemblies and queues at the dining hall?

As the proposed date for the reopening of schools in Kenya approaches, teachers’ unions have not been sleeping on their job.

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KUPPET and KNUT have been pondering on the best prevention measures that can be put in place to prevent the Spread of Coronavirus.

Some of the measures include banning school Assemblies, physical education lessons and congregated meals.

Restructuring of classes

Besides, the unions also want classrooms to be restrutured to facilitate social distancing.

This therefore means that the seating arrangement will have to be changed to avoid classroom contact.


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Teachers’ unions also want all educational facilities currently being used as Coronavirus isolation centers fumigated under the inspection of public health officials ahead of school ”grazing reopening.

Here is a list of all facilities currently being used as Coronavirus isolation centers.

These proposals come at a time when Kenya’s covid-19 positive cases keep on soaring daily.

Kenya’s covid 19 infections have hit 672. 32 people have already succumbed to the pandemic.

Below is a quick glimpse of the extent to which Coronavirus has affected various nations.

Coronavirus tracker

Will schools reopen on June 6?

When asked by the parliamentary education committee on when schools will reopen, CS Education Professor George Magoha said that schools will reopen when the pandemic is under control.

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