The UAE government held the periodic media briefing to introduce the latest developments and cases related to the emerging coronavirus in the country "Covid-19", during which it announced the return of the study in the UAE to the attendance education system in two groups
The UAE government held the periodic media briefing to introduce the latest developments and cases related to the emerging coronavirus in the country "Covid-19", during which it announced the return of the study in the UAE to the attendance education system in two groups, as the first group begins on the twenty-fourth of January, while it begins The second group will return, starting from the 31st of January.
In detail, the official spokesman for the education sector in the country, Hazza Al-Mansoori, confirmed that the educational sector in the country is ready and proactive to quickly deal with emergency situations in order to ensure the continuity of the educational process in an optimal manner.
He said: "Within the framework of following up on the developments of the situation and to facilitate the safe return to schools, we would like to announce that it has been decided to return the study in the UAE to the attendance system in two groups, with the first group starting on the twenty-fourth of January.
He added, "The decision of the first group includes kindergarten students, students of the first cycle, students of the twelfth or thirteenth grade - of the British system, and students who will take international and main exams. The first group also includes students of higher education institutions, and the green traffic system will be applied to them."
And Al-Mansoori continued: "As for the second group, which relates to the rest of the study levels, students will return to in-person education starting from the 31st of January, and the ministry has also approved a set of precautionary controls and measures to run the educational process in the coming period."
He stressed that all students at various stages are obliged to obtain a negative test result (PCR) of no more than 96 hours upon first entering educational facilities, after which a PCR examination is required every two weeks, and the green traffic system will be implemented for parents through the Al-Hosn application to enter the facilities. Educational with a negative PCR test result, valid for 96 hours.