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In line with plans to reopen schools and colleges, COVID-19 testing is underway for all students, teachers, lectures and staff at public and private schools, colleges and universities in Abu Dhabi.
More than 56,000 tests have been carried out so far across Abu Dhabi.
Abu Dhabi Public Health Centre is to deliver multilingual lectures every Tuesday on the safe return to schools.
To receive the lectures link, please contact Abu Dhabi Public Health Centre via WhatsApp on 0502312171.
Amer Al Hammadi, ADEK undersecretary, explains the schools reopening guidelines and policies in Abu Dhabi, in addition to the compliance programme, which will provide a safe and secure environment for all students, and ensure access to quality education.
In a separate development, mothers with children in grade six and below or those with children of determination are permitted to work remotely from home so that they can monitor and take care of their kids during the e-learning classes, the Federal Authority for Government and Human Resources (FAHR) announced.
The decision has been issued based on the UAE Cabinet Resolution No. 27 of 2020 to ensure balance between meeting business requirements and helping families fulfil the requirements of distance education for their children due to the COVID-19 pandemic in a way that supports the education drive in line with the directives of the UAE leadership.
All the 7,625 school buses in Abu Dhabi have been completely disinfected and are ready for use when students return to schools
However, ADEK said if some parents are facing financial constraints, they must reach out to the school’s Principal for support.
Abu Dhabi Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Committee for COVID-19 pandemic, in coordination with the Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK) has approved plans to reopen private schools with physical attendance for the new academic year.
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