The central government has uncovered that 80 percent of parents have kicked against the reopening of schools.
This was expressed by the Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba while talking at Thursday’s briefing of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 in Abuja.
As indicated by him, a study demonstrated that most parents are against schools reopening right now, as they don’t need their children to be used as an analysis.
“We are keeping the children at home since you can’t see coronavirus with your unaided eyes and can’t know whether a kid is asymptomatic or conveying the infection.
On the off chance that he does, and he returns and contaminates someone else, it is highly unlikely for us to know.
“Before that, the service completed a recognition overview around the nation and 80 percent of the reactions were confirmations from parents that they’re not ready to try different things with their children.
In the event that there are parents ready to try – to check whether it can work or not, we can welcome them to a test,” Nwajiuba said.
Nigeria presently has 22,614 affirmed cases of COVID-19.
Around 7,822 patients have been discharged , while 549 have passed on.