Mtshabezi High School records 15 positive Coronavirus cases. In a statement, Mtshabezi High head Morgan Moyo said necessary precautions have been taken.
Fifteen coronavirus cases have been recorded at Mtshabezi High School in Matabeleland South Province, with 11 pupils, 2 teachers, and 2 workers among the confirmed cases. He said:
On behalf of the school family, Brethren in Christ Church and the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education, I would like to confirm 15 cases of Covid-19 wherein 11 learners, two teachers and two workers affected.
Tests for Covid-19 were administered on 26-11-2020 and results thereof delivered to the school on 29-11-20. All necessary precautions have been taken in line with Covid-19 protocols.
In a related development, a teacher at Christian Brothers College (CBC) in Bulawayo recently tested positive for coronavirus and is currently in isolation.
This comes as a number of COVID-19 cases have been reported in schools across the country, with some education stakeholders calling for schools to be closed. However, the government has resisted the calls, saying schools should accept the “new normal”.
Source – Pindula News
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