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COVID-19: Schools can now organize excursions and Large gatherings – NaSIA

EducationGhana| April 1| COVID-19: Schools can now organize excursions and Large gatherings.

National Schools Inspectorate Authority (NaSIA) wishes to bring the following to the attention of school proprietors, headteachers/principals, teachers, parents and other important stakeholders in pre-tertiary education.

NaSIA made this revelation in a statement issued on the evening of March 31, 2922.

Read the full statement below:

 

REVOCATION OF MASK MANDATE AND OTHER COVID-19 RELATED RESTRICTIONS

Pursuant to the presidential directive concerning the removal of COVID-19 restrictions on 27th March 2022, the National Schools Inspectorate Authority (NaSIA) wishes to bring the following to the attention of school proprietors, headteachers/principals, teachers, parents and other important stakeholders in pre-tertiary education.

1. The wearing of face masks at schools is now optional and should not be the reason

for granting or denying ingress and access to learners.

2. Schools may cautiously resume large outdoor assemblies or gatherings while

taking the necessary precaution to avoid instances of overcrowding on their campuses.

3. Schools may embark on excursions or educational trips as and when deemed necessary.

4. Schools should put in measures to tackle vaccine hesitancy and see to the full vaccination of both teaching and non-teaching staff. This is particularly important because of the existing remnants of the COVID-19 virus.

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5. Handwashing and hand-sanitising facilities should still be maintained and placed at vantage points where they are easily accessible to both staff and learners.

6. Schools should still be on the lookout for signs or symptoms associated with COVID 19 and take the appropriate measures upon detection.

The National Schools Inspectorate Authority is optimistic about the cooperation and compliance of all pre-tertiary schools in relation to the aforementioned guidelines. Our heartfelt appreciation goes to all stakeholders for their ready support as we collectively give COVID-19 a final push into oblivion.

For further enquiries, please contact the Ag. Director, General Administration of NaSIA via email at info@nasia.gov.gh or complaints@nasia.gov.gh or via phone at 030 290 7589/054 573 2688/055 918 6382.

Thank you.

 

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