Schools can resume from 15 August: Minister | Instant News

Lahore : Punjab education Minister Dr. Murad RAAS hinted that in schools throughout the province will be open from August 15, if Covid-19 the situation is normalized.

Talking to media here on Saturday, he said that in this situation there was virtually no chance for the opening of schools on July 16. He said all the province announced its decision to open schools after a meeting scheduled for 8 July. According to him, the school education Department (SED) Punjab has prepared a detailed SOP so that after the school was opened again the same can be applied for the protection of children.

He said that after the school was re-opened, the original schools will work in different shifts to ensure the physical separation among students.

On the question of LGS harassment scandal, Dr. Murad RAAS said some parents and students expressed their willingness at the meeting next week. It is appropriate here to note that Dr. Murad RAAS has previously stated that the Department could not make decisions without written complaints about harassment.

Meanwhile, it is learnt that the higher education Department (hed) is often called the teacher on duty in the colleges from July 16, and students will have to wait for the announcement of the Federal government. Official hed Punjab, seeking anonymity, said that everything under discussion and the final decision was made.

Uvas is continuing research on coronavirus: Biosafety level 3 laboratory for new pathogens, University of veterinary and biological Sciences (Uvas) Lahore has detected SARS-cov-2 genome from urine and feces samples COVID-19 patients and sewage in seeking to develop smart-COVID-19 observation strategies at the community level that can help in the best performance smart lock.

According to a press release, an experimental study was conducted with the assistance of the health Department of the Punjab in collaboration with Institute of public health, Lahore, to further strengthen the efforts of the government in the fight against COVID-19. Smart monitoring of wastewater for the genome of the etiologic agent COVID-19 may identify the actual COVID-19 the burden of the village in which under-reporting and anti-fraud expected.

It also will contribute to a better implementation of the smart lock. SARS-cov-2 genome in wastewater indicates only COVID-19 burden in a particular area. This, however, does not reveal if the virus is infectious or non-infectious form.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr Nasim Ahmad called the study another great contribution Uvas BSL-3 laboratories. He praised Prof Dr Tahir Yaqub and his team for organizing research activities.


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