Botswana: John Mackenzie Adheres to COVID-19 Health Protocols

Francistown — John Mackenzie School in Francistown is one of the private schools across the country that have adhered to COVID-19 health protocols and resumed classes.

John Mackenzie School High principal, Mr Moosa Lambat said the school re-opened on May 19 after its premises were inspected for COVID-19 compliance on May 15.

He however said all contact sports were suspended. Mr Lambat also said practical subjects were put on hold and were replaced with practical demonstrations.

The tuck shop remains closed to avoid overcrowding and to adhere to the social distancing regulation.

Mr Lambat added that the school management was happy with protocols put in place and that it was everyone's responsibility to play their part to fight the pandemic.

Source : BOPA

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