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BREAKING NEWS: Schools Should Close, Cancel all examination – Ghanaians Abroad Warn Akufo Addo.

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Schools Should Close, Cancel all examination – Ghanaians Abroad Warn Akufo Addo.

In spite of the fact that schools were shut down the nation over after the episode of the dangerous infection, last year Junior and Senior Secondary School understudies were coordinated to profit to class for Monday, 22 June 2020 to get ready for their last examination.

Last year college understudies were likewise coordinated to profit to class for Monday, 5 June 2020.

Nine understudies of Mpraeso Senior Secondary School in the Kwahu South Region of the Eastern Locale have been separated over COVID-19 apprehensions.

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The school is anticipating aftereffects of tests directed on them as they get clinical consideration and the board.

It follows the affirmation of eight cases at Accra Young ladies’ Senior Secondary School which tossed the understudy body and guardians into commotion.

Accordingly, there have been reports of COVID-19 alarms in other senior secondary schools the nation over, pretty much a month after the President coordinated that they be opened for conclusive year understudies to go sit their tests.

A couple of days prior, a last year understudy of KNUST SHS in Kumasi passed on nearby after episodes of heaving and stomach issues.

The school specialists, as indicated by the understudies, dismissed their partners out of dread of contracting COVID-19.

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Am a Female Student of Koforidua Technical University and goes by the name Ruth Afram and well known as Yaa Sika. In my Second Year , based in Koforidua.

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