when will school close again in Pakistan due to COVID-19 all details are mentioned on this page. On Thursday, November 5, 2023, a meeting of all provincial education ministers which has been held by the Federal Government. In this meeting these all ministers decided to close the all educational institutes in Pakistan due to Corona Virus. All media channels describe the second wave of the coronavirus virus in this region. But PM of Pakistan Imran Khan was to lead a meeting of the National Coordination Committee NCC for talking regarding new measures and restrictions to help curb the spread of Covid-19.
We will describe to you when will school close again in Pakistan due to Coronavirus. “Murad Raas ihe Minister of Education department of Punjab said that all schools in Punjab never closed due to rising the number of corona cases”. But in Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani which said that schools will not be closed in this situation while it’s not our recalcitrant.
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If we need to closes all schools in Sindh due to this tough situation of Covid-19 so then we will take that discussion. “Dr Hassan Urooj Director of General Health services Islamabad had been tweeted that all peoples is not following the rules or SOPs by Covid-19. So now these all public has to invite for second wave of Corona virus in Pakistan.
According to the National Coordination Committee NCC and all provincial education ministers of Pakistan has been decided further holidays for schooling system. Initially On 23rd November all primary schools again will be closed due to covid-19.
On 2nd Dec 2023 all middle level schools in Pakistan which that again shut down. On 15th Dec 2023 higher secondary schools or SSC, HSSC all institutes in Pakistan will be final closed till 31st January 2021. And final exams of matric and intermediate will be held in June 2021 which decision making by the federal education minister of Pakistan. You must be attached with us for further details about that kind of information regarding COVID-19 from all over the world.