UAE NEWS: COVID-19 Some UAE schools offer pre-school tuition only after suspected cases

The staff at the affected schools found that he had coronavirus.

Dubai: The UAE Department of Education and the National Authority for Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management announced on Tuesday that some schools will only teach grade classes after staff tested for COVID-19.

After a long time, before the children returned to school, the examinations of staff and students were made compulsory.

In this phase of the comprehensive testing of teachers and administrative staff, before students return to class, the Department of Education announced the transfer of a group of schools in the UAE to the grade learning program following the discovery of specific cases of COVID-19.

These regulations – testing, monitoring, treatment – are the cornerstones of the UAE’s success in combating the coronavirus epidemic.

The precautionary measure must remain in place until the results of the laboratory test are released.

The Department will contact the affected school learners to inform them of the progress.

The Department of Education and the National Authority for Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management have called on all school staff, including teachers and administrators, students and their parents, to co-operate and disclose any suspected cases or contact with people with COVID-19.

People are also urged to report any symptoms to help reduce the spread of the virus.

Parents have been asked not to send their children to classes and teachers and staff have been asked not to go to work if symptoms of the virus appear to ensure the health and safety of everyone.

The Department also asked the public to obtain information from official sources, not rumors, and to respect the privacy of individuals.

The official added that legal action would be taken in collaboration with the relevant authorities for anyone who violates effective monitoring and security measures.

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