2020-05-25 14:22:48 - 1 month ago -
Last Updated: 15 July 2020 - 00h21
The Western Cape Education Department says it has received reports of a Covid-19 case at the Hague Primary School in Delft.
Spokesperson for department Kerry Mauchline says the necessary protocols and other measures will be followed as outlined by government.
She says says the school will be cleaned and sanitised accordingly. Those
in close contact with the confirmed case will be required to self isolate for 14 days.
Some of the schools in the province have reported a hundred percent teacher attendance of teachers today.
It is the first day of the preparation for the return of the Grade 7 and 12 learners on Monday next week.
The Western Cape Education Department says safety and hygiene packs have been delivered to schools in the province in preparation for the return of Grade 7 and 12 learners next week.
Provincial minister Debbie Schafer says teachers across the province reported to schools today to pave the way for the phased return of learners.
She says, "Detailed guidelines have also been issued to schools on a variety of topics,
including the management of confirmed cases at schools, hygiene practices, hostel and learner transport safety and the management of learners and teachers with comorbidities.
I would like to thank all principals, school management teams and all other staff that have been hard at work getting schools ready to receive teachers today."
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