All schools in Tanzania will reopen tomorrow on June 29 after three months of closure due to the novel coronavirus.
Tanzania will be the first country in East Africa to reopen schools after announcement by president Magufuli over a week ago.
On June 1, universities in the country resumed educational activities with hygiene rules put in place by the country’s Health Ministry.
This comes at a time when Kenya postponed reopening of schools to September. CS George Magoha has emphasized that schools will only reopen if coronavirus cases go down. He also said he will be directed by experts advise if or not schools will reopen in September.
Kenyans coronavirus cases have been increaing the number now standing at six thousand and seventy cases. The number of those who have recovered now at one thousand and seventy one while deaths from the deadly virus has reached one hundred and forty three.