- The interval between the first and second shifts will be increased from the current 10 minutes to half an hour.
- This is in view of the possibility of students interacting with each other in both shifts.
Kuwait City: The decision to start direct classes in schools in Kuwait by September. After discussions with the Ministry of Health and others, the Minister of Education, Dr. The decision was made by Ali al-Mudhaf. Online classes have been running since it closed in March 2020 in the wake of the Kovid expansion. But with the start of the new academic year, the authorities are preparing to start direct classes.
The schools will operate in two shifts as part of the Kovid prevention measures. The first shift will start at 7.30am instead of the current 7am. The interval between the first and second shifts will be increased from the current 10 minutes to half an hour. The second shift will start at 11.10 am. This is in view of the possibility of students interacting with each other in both shifts. He will seek the help of security officers to arrange for the children to leave after the first shift and for the children to come in the second shift.
A maximum of 20 children per class will be allowed as part of setting up classes keeping the social distance between the children. This law applies to both public and private schools. At the same time, the Ministry of Health said it was considering making it mandatory for children who have not been vaccinated or who have only been vaccinated to produce a PCR test negative certificate once a week. In the context of the growing vaccination campaign in the country, the Minister of Health said that if social immunity is achieved, classes will be changed to normal. Al-Sabah informed Basil. The minister said the maximum number of students and teachers were being vaccinated before classes started.
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