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As COVID-19 cases continue to increase, the 100% attendance at primary schools may have to be delayed. Many schools have stated that they are not well equipped to allow the full-time return of students.


Even though the country is now seeing a rise in infections with Gauteng recording thousands of new cases daily, the Education Department has said that schools will still be opening with full capacity. The Gauteng Education Department also gave some insight into what would happen should a positive case be found.


With government announcing that all primary schools will return to school in the third term and the country experiencing the third wave, one would then wonder if a full-capacity return would be safe. The third term is set to commence on 26 July.

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