The government through the Ministry of Education has ordered learning institutions used as quarantine centers to be vacated to pave way for learning.
According to the Ministry, the curve in the country has flattened therefore there is no need to keep the centers operating.
The orders are in line with the planned re-opening of schools planned for next month and to pave way for fumigation ahead of Monday 28th when teachers will report back to schools.
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Education CS George Magoha has however not revealed school reopening dates pending a directive expected by the President on 29th when he addresses the Nation.
The Head of State was expected to be address the Nation on or before 26th September but pushed the dusk to dawn curfew and all other restrictions for three more days pending a meeting by the National Emergency team on COVID-19.