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Fri, 02 Oct 2020 17:54 - Updated Fri, 02 Oct 2020 17:54

Covid-19: Schools receive biosafety material

Lubango - Secondary schools in the province of Huila are receiving biosafety material as classes resume in this subsystem on Monday.

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The Huíla Provincial Education Office has 43 schools in the 2nd cycle of secondary education, while the private education association controls 37 schools of the same level.

Speaking to Angop, the institution's spokesman, Benício Puna, said that the minimum conditions are being created in these schools, from sprayers, thermometers, soap bars, bleach and water tanks, to ensure that the return to school is done safely.

In relation to the 1st cycle and primary institutions, he said that the minimum conditions were also being created, having also received biosafety material.

Regarding the resumption of classes, the provincial secretary of the teachers' union, João Francisco, said that the authorities should be able to overcome the fear of parents and guardians for the return to classes.

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