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Ramaphosa Considers A Way Forward For Schools

President Ramaphosa has been in talks to discuss whether schools should remain open or not. This has been sparked by concerns raised by unions, parents and teachers. 

Ramaphosa says the National Coronavirus Command Council has been in talks with key role players and experts who can determine a way forward for the school year. 

"Lives are more important, so that's why we are going to sit back, listen and have a discussion"

He said he is aware of the research conducted by the World Health Organisation which has found that transmission can happen between young people. 

"Yes indeed even young people can transmit the disease to older people."

Ramaphosa said the final decision to reopen or close schools will be determined by the need to save lives. 

"If we have to get to a point of closing the schools, then so be it because it's about saving lives"


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