Partial compliance as colleges resume in Lagos
Partial compliance as colleges resume in Lagos, colleges in Lagos State on Monday resumed for the second time period as directed by the state authorities.
The Lagos State Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo, visited some colleges to watch their compliance with COVID-19 protocols.
Some of the faculties she visited within the Agege space are Dairy Farm Senior Secondary School, District Junior College, Sango Junior Secondary School, Agege, Sango Senior Secondary School.
Our correspondent noticed that every one the faculties visited by the Commissioner had wash hand basins, infrared thermometers and the scholars within the school rooms used their face masks.
However, some college students in Junior Secondary School 2 in a few of the colleges who weren’t purported to be at school on Monday had been seeing loitering on the college gate with out their face masks.
Adefisayo stated a staggered college resumption was in place to forestall the unfold of the virus.
Nursery, major and secondary colleges in states together with Lagos, Ogun, Ogun, Ebonyi, and Nasarawa resume educational actions at present for the second time period of the 2020/21 educational yr.
Some greater establishments, each federal and state, had additionally signified their intentions to renew educational actions at present.
Resumption at primary colleges was delayed in lots of states following the second wave of COVID-19 in addition to the recommendation by the NCDC.
Schools in Oyo State, nonetheless, resumed on January 4, whereas colleges in Edo and Anambra states will resume in February.
The Lagos State Government, in an announcement on Friday, affirmed its earlier pronouncement that every one private and non-private colleges within the state under tertiary degree ought to resume on Monday (at present).
In the assertion, Adefisayo urged college students and employees members to stick to COVID-19 pointers.
Also, the Ogun State Commissioner for Education, Science, and Technology, Prof. Abayomi Arigbabu, had on Friday directed all major, secondary in addition to authorities science and technical faculties to renew educational actions on Monday.
Arigbabu appealed to oldsters, guardians, lecturers, college directors, and different stakeholders to make sure full compliance with all coronavirus protocols
Also, the Ebonyi State Government will deploy two nurses in every public college forward of at present’s resumption to stem the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Chairman of the state chapter of the Nigeria Union of Teachers, Mr. Francis Elechi, who disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria, defined that the nurses would help the lecturers, who had been educated on the preventive measures in opposition to the second wave of COVID-19