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He was asked on the effect of the rise in the covid-19 cases on the schools and how are the students in the Senior High Schools are going observe the protocols now they are going on a single track system.
The government of Ghana announced the they will be a single track for SHS 1 and SHS 3 students with exception of SHS 2 who will be going double track system. Since more school facilities has been completed within this two years.
According to Deputy Director of GES, all the students will go on double track system, since the Covid-19 cases keep increasing daily because they don't want a situation where the students will be put at risks.
Deputy Director of GES said to Berla Mundi that this initiative is going to take after the students go on vacation.
Many students got pregnant and some did many awful things when they came to house on the double track, do you think the double track is the best solution?
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