Abu Dhabi allows children with chronic conditions to return to school

Abu Dhabi was implementing a phased return of pupils into school because associations shut in March as a preventative measure against the COVID-19 pandemic.  Following a trimester of just distance learning over all colleges, associations were permitted to offer you a mixture of in-class instruction and distance learning at the beginning of the semester that started on August 30.

The new term begins when the winter ends on January 3, 2021                                                 

Kids with chronic illnesses Need to present a letter from Doctor, parental Approval

To be able to attend courses on the college premises, kids with chronic conditions need to present a letter from a doctor stating they are medically fit to attend college, together with a parents’ consent form admitting any possible health risks to your child.

Abu Dhabi: Pupils having chronic conditions in Abu Dhabi emirate will be permitted to come back to in-class learning once the new term starts on January 3.

Parents have been provided the choice to continue space learnings colleges set up strict precautionary measures for people attending college individual.  Additionally, kids in certain grade levels have been taught to keep on learning from house.

Back in November, Adak, in coordination with all the Abu Emergency, Crisis and Disasters Committee, declared that kids of all grade levels in private colleges are permitted to return to their own classrooms at the upcoming term.

The choice aims to guarantee inclusivity for many kids in the emirate.

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