South Sudan Students, Teachers Back in School After 14-Month Lockdown

Juba , South Sudan — Primary and secondary schools across South Sudan reopened Monday, a little more than one year after they were closed in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

Hussain Abdelbagi, head of the South Sudan task force on COVID-19, urged teachers and students to continue social distancing and adhere to all other preventative guidelines as they return to classrooms.

At the launch of the back-to-school campaign at Juba One Primary School on Monday, Abdelbagi said the…


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