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Prolonged school break for our children

 

May 19, 2021 10:52:40 AM

Prolonged school break for our children The school break will be extended given the rapid increase in cases of coronavirus in Fiji.

Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong said schools will remain closed given that the outbreak is more serious than anything the country has ever faced before.

Dr Fong while speaking during the press conference said this will not be a 30-day war given that this outbreak is more serious than anything the country has ever faced before.

He said some teachers have requested passes to explore online classes and this has been granted.

“A number of people have asked us for passes so they could set up some online classes for their students and they have been given passes,” he said.

“The teachers have prepared some worksheets for students to do while staying at home during this pandemic, to help them keep busy.

“We have to accept this is a time of war. During these times schools and businesses close down and everybody has to find another way of functioning until the war is over.”

“I’m telling you now, this outbreak is more serious than anything we’ve faced before as this will not be a 30-day war as the variant is more transmissible,” he said.

He said there will be more cases of local coronavirus transmission in the next few days given that the clusters of cases are more widespread.

 “The clusters of cases are larger and more widespread and I can sadly promise you that today will not be the last day that we announce new local cases,” he said.

“We may have found thousands of contacts, but it will take many more days of testing to know how many people may be positive and how our containment strategy must evolve in response.

“In the meantime, please do not leave your homes unless you need to get food, medicine, or other essential items. The threat is out there, please act accordingly,” he said.

He said the Education Ministry will be updating the public for any further changes.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka

 

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Covid-19 Update

 

Last updated 24th July 2021

New Cases


684

Active Cases


16,563

Recoveries


5,686

Deaths


177

 

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