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Shools, colleges to reopen on May 23

The government has decided to reopen schools and colleges on May 23 due to the recent spike in Coronavirus infections in the country.

The Education Ministry issued a notice in this regard on Thursday.

The decision was taken considering the safety of students, teachers and staffers and during the closure online classes will continue, the notice said.

Classes in all primary, secondary and higher secondary level educational institutions were scheduled to resume on March 30.

Earlier in the morning Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni said the schools and colleges are likely to remain shut until Eid-ul-Fitr vacation if the recent spike in Coronavirus infections continues.

“The closure of primary, secondary and higher secondary level institutions is likely to be extended until Eid-ul-Fitr like the universities if the coronavirus cases continue to rise. A decision in this regard will be taken later after a meeting with National Technical Advisory Committee formed to fight COVID-19,” she said.

The government shut educational institutions on March 17 last year after the country reported its first Covid-19 cases on March 8. The closure was extended several times, most recently until late March this year.

On February 22 the education minister announced that university classes would resume on May 24.

Residential halls were scheduled to be reopened on May 17.

Covid-19 claimed 35 more lives and infected 3,587 others in the past 24 hours till Thursday morning amid an alarming spike in cases over the past few weeks in Bangladesh.

The coronavirus fatalities rose to 8,763 with the latest figure while the new cases pushed the total infections to 580,808, according to a handout of the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS).

With the fresh 3,537 cases, Bangladesh has seen the worst daily increase for the second consecutive day since July 15, 2020.

The free movement of people ignoring the health protocols is believed to be the reason behind the recent upsurge in cases.

The government has decided to reopen schools and colleges on May 23 due to the recent spike in Coronavirus infections in the country.

The Education Ministry issued a notice in this regard on Thursday.

The decision was taken considering the safety of students, teachers and staffers and during the closure online classes will continue, the notice said.

Classes in all primary, secondary and higher secondary level educational institutions were scheduled to resume on March 30.

Earlier in the morning Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni said the schools and colleges are likely to remain shut until Eid-ul-Fitr vacation if the recent spike in Coronavirus infections continues.

“The closure of primary, secondary and higher secondary level institutions is likely to be extended until Eid-ul-Fitr like the universities if the coronavirus cases continue to rise. A decision in this regard will be taken later after a meeting with National Technical Advisory Committee formed to fight COVID-19,” she said.

The government shut educational institutions on March 17 last year after the country reported its first Covid-19 cases on March 8. The closure was extended several times, most recently until late March this year.

On February 22 the education minister announced that university classes would resume on May 24.

Residential halls were scheduled to be reopened on May 17.

Covid-19 claimed 35 more lives and infected 3,587 others in the past 24 hours till Thursday morning amid an alarming spike in cases over the past few weeks in Bangladesh.

The coronavirus fatalities rose to 8,763 with the latest figure while the new cases pushed the total infections to 580,808, according to a handout of the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS).

With the fresh 3,537 cases, Bangladesh has seen the worst daily increase for the second consecutive day since July 15, 2020.

The free movement of people ignoring the health protocols is believed to be the reason behind the recent upsurge in cases.

The government has decided to reopen schools and colleges on May 23 due to the recent spike in Coronavirus infections in the country.

The Education Ministry issued a notice in this regard on Thursday.

The decision was taken considering the safety of students, teachers and staffers and during the closure online classes will continue, the notice said.

Classes in all primary, secondary and higher secondary level educational institutions were scheduled to resume on March 30.

Earlier in the morning Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni said the schools and colleges are likely to remain shut until Eid-ul-Fitr vacation if the recent spike in Coronavirus infections continues.

“The closure of primary, secondary and higher secondary level institutions is likely to be extended until Eid-ul-Fitr like the universities if the coronavirus cases continue to rise. A decision in this regard will be taken later after a meeting with National Technical Advisory Committee formed to fight COVID-19,” she said.

The government shut educational institutions on March 17 last year after the country reported its first Covid-19 cases on March 8. The closure was extended several times, most recently until late March this year.

On February 22 the education minister announced that university classes would resume on May 24.

Residential halls were scheduled to be reopened on May 17.

Covid-19 claimed 35 more lives and infected 3,587 others in the past 24 hours till Thursday morning amid an alarming spike in cases over the past few weeks in Bangladesh.

The coronavirus fatalities rose to 8,763 with the latest figure while the new cases pushed the total infections to 580,808, according to a handout of the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS).

With the fresh 3,537 cases, Bangladesh has seen the worst daily increase for the second consecutive day since July 15, 2020.

The free movement of people ignoring the health protocols is believed to be the reason behind the recent upsurge in cases.

Source: United News of Bangladesh