Malawi reopens schools

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  • Tuesday, 08 Sep 2020

LILONGWE, Sept. 7 (Xinhua) -- Schools reopened in Malawi Monday under strict COVID-19 preventive measures, about five months after the government closed the schools in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.

President Lazarus Chakwera ordered that examination classes such as Standard 8 in primary school and Form 4 in secondary school should reopen first together with colleges and universities where students were about to write exams.

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