Dar es salaam.
The statement comes a few days before primary and secondary schools reopen countrywide, amid official data showing that at least 100 Tanzanians have tested positive of Covid-19 since the third wave of the diseases outbreak started.
It also comes at a time when education stakeholders have been advising that boarding schools should put in place a mechanism that would prevent the spread of the virus, including testing students’ temperatures when they report back to school.
“They will come to tell us about how the trend is and that could be followed by the government’s statement about Covid-19 vaccination. It is a responsibility whose directives have already been given to them by the President and they are working on it,” said Mr Msigwa, who doubles as director for Information Services.
SOURCE: THE CITIZEN.