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All Crossriver public schools are to resume June 16 Governor Cross River state Declared


Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River says all the general public schools within the state will resume on Tuesday, June 16.




The Guardian reports that this was disclosed during a statement made available to newsmen in Calabar by his special adviser on media and publicity, Christian Ita.

This as Governor Ayade unveiled the private Protective Equipment (PPE) made at the state-owned garment factory and is being mass-produced.

Governor Ayade said the protective gears, which include face shields and PPE overalls, are going to be distributed to colleges freed from charge for the utilization of scholars and medical personnel within the state.

He said the government doesn't want children to still occupy home as doing so will foster moral decadence and laziness.

“I think it's wise for the youngsters to travel back to high school and that i have seen this happen in China where kids are back to colleges with their nosemasks and shields.

So you wear your nose mask and you wear your face shield once you get to high school you drop the mask and wear only your shield to permit for more ventilation and more breathing,” Ayade explained.

Governor Ayade also mentioned that it's time the federal started “to also show love and support to Cross River state” because it has started mass producing PPE which can help save doctors within the country.

He said the government has seriously invested the PPE production, adding that highest quality materials are getting used while experts from India who specialize in production are brought in.

The governor appealed to the federal for patronage, saying that the assembly of the protective gear was a part of his administration’s effort to fight the worldwide pandemic.

He added: “I think that the federal are going to be excited to encourage the resumption of faculties because obviously the coronavirus has come to remain with us and therefore the reality is that countries that have attempted to resume schools have had to deal with the rise prevalence of the virus but obviously how long can we wait as a country?”

On his part, the state commissioner for education, Godwin Amanke, described the planned resumption as “trial resumption”.

He said: “Students will wear face masks and face shield to high school . Once at the varsity gate the youngsters will wash their hands and legs.
“Hand sanitizers also will be used. When the youngsters enter the classroom, they're going to remove the mask and use only the face shield so on get enough ventilation.

“Upon closure, they're going to wear back their masks and wear the shields and return home. Teachers will wear same and undergo an equivalent coronavirus protocols within the classroom.”

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