A few guardians in Accra have begged government and training specialists not to close down schools again over expanding instances of COVID-19 in the country.
They held that if essential precautionary measures were taken, the cases could decrease for kids to proceed with their schooling.
The request followed calls from the Ghana Medical Association for government to close down schools the subsequent time, after certain instances of COVID-19 were recorded in certain schools the nation over.
Madam Hawa Abdul Khadil, 45, a merchant and a parent, said with the arrangement of Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE) and exacting recognition of the COVID-19 wellbeing conventions, youngsters could be more secure in schools than homes.
"My significant other and I are consistently bustling working and get back late. During the closure of schools, dealing with our children was difficult, so they being in school under the security of their instructors would be more secure," she said.
Madam Sackley Armah, another mother, 43, said a few schools were holding fast to the security rules and introduced a 'Coronavirus free' climate for youngsters.
"A few schools and educators are showing improvement over us. The children get back home to show us what to do so we don't need to close schools once more. The kids will stress us at home. How about we simply improve the schools for them," she said.
"I have family members who are educators and returning to School isn't just for the children, however for the instructors as well. Some don't have any work to do,'' Madam Sandra Dery, a mother of two, said.
Mr. Razak Mohammed Aboagye, 47, a solitary parent, said they had just paid school expenses and that there was no purpose behind schools to close down.
He said what was required was for the schools to guarantee adherence to the conventions carefully.
Mr Aboagye likewise approached training specialists to screen schools to guarantee that they passed by the Ghana Education Service Schools Reopening Guidelines, particularly decreased class sizes.
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