Mah: Continue to observe and adhere to SOP when school reopens

All systems go: Mah signing the placard during the launch of the Orang Asli Integra­ted Programme at Universiti Pendidi­kan Sultan Idris in Tanjung Malim. With him are Northern Corridor Implementation Authority human capital division head Datin Shahdee Ahmad and vice-chancellor of Universiti Pendidi­kan Sultan Idris Prof Datuk Dr Amin Md Taff (right). — RONNIE CHIN/The Star

TANJUNG MALIM: With Covid-19 Omicron cases on the rise, students and teachers should be more vigilant when the new school session starts, says Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon.

The Deputy Education Minister said those returning to school should continue to strictly observe and practise the standard operating procedure set by the government.

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