Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Friday pushed back the reopening of educational institutes for another week as part of government’s measures to prevent the spread of the virus.
Addressing a press briefing, the chief minister said the educational institutions would resume in-person learning from August 30 which was earlier scheduled to start from coming Monday.
CM Shah said that all teachers and parents also need to show their vaccination certificates. “All the staff should be vaccinated before the reopening of schools,” he added.
On August 17, Sindh Education Sardar Shah had announced that the educational institutes in Sindh will resume classes from August 23.