Responding to a question on moving ahead of the decision to resume official education in schools in light of the developments in the epidemiological situation, the government spokesperson said that the Ministry of Education has developed a safe and gradual plan for resuming official education in some grades, and precautionary measures have been taken in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, in addition to launching an awareness campaign that addresses students and families on the need to adhere to the necessary prevention methods against the pandemic.
On university students return to their universities in the second semester, Ayed indicated that the government is studying this matter, in light of its periodical review of all procedures and decisions every two weeks and according to developments in the epidemiological situation.
Regarding the government’s handling of information and news related to the safety of vaccines, Ayed pointed out that questioning the safety of vaccines is a global issue, indicating that the government focuses, through the awareness and education campaigns it launched, on the importance of credibility and accuracy in information that discuss the safety of vaccines, and also relies on the scientific and objective response to incorrect news through the Ministry of Health.
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