Ministry of education was working on measures to assist in mitigating
some of the challenges as the learners were reporting to schools for
the term two which begun yesterday.
According to the deputy director of education for Alego/Usonga
Sub-county, Richard Obonyo, during the re-admission to schools, there
were less thermo guns for testing body temperatures, hand washing soaps
and masks that they were working hard to put in place.
He cited that by yesterday in Alego/Usonga, 80% of the learners from
primary schools had reported, 60% of day schools and boarding schools
were at 50% in secondary schools.

Addressing the press in his office, Mr. Obonyo encouraged the parents
to release their children to schools.
Citing that a lot of time had been lost by learners and therefore the
earlier time they report to school the better so that they will be
able to cope with the education calendar that was already released by
the ministry.
He assured the parents that the schools’ environment had been secured
and they were COVID-19 free however, he encouraged the other partners
to come on board and supply some of the requirements needed for the
proper hygiene.




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