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Ministry of Education outlines key strategies in response to Covid-19

Publication date 01 September 2020 | 22:23 | ICT

The cautious, staggered reopening of schools has been possible due to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS) implementing a slew of measure following the outbreak of Covid-19 to provide a safe environment for all students,

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