School in Kenya stars with regular classes only in January 2021.
This decision has been taken by the minister of education Magoha based on the tendency of growth of Covid-19 cases in the country. One of the fundamental points to organize is to make sure to respect the social distancing, therefore schools will re-open only when and if the cases are in a constant decrease.
Only colleges and universities will re-open in September, but with a strict compliance of the protocol for the security and containment of the virus.
The protocol says that the maximum number of student in each class will be between 15 and 20 and that every student will be equipped with two masks. Furthermore, every school will be equipped with thermometers to measure every persons’ temperature, students and teachers who will want to access the educational institutions.
Therefore, the Covid-19 situation in Kenya is only at the beginning and the country will be seriously affected by this.