Do not send children to school with feverish symptoms

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Southern Province Education Minister Chandima Rasaputhra today requested the parents to not to send their children to schools if they are suffering from cold, cough and fever.

He said so far no decision has been taken to close the school temporary concerning of the prevailing fever, however, will do so if necessary after discussing with health authorities.

However, Minister Rasaputhra requested the parents to refrain from sending their children to school if have any of above symptoms in order to avoid the spreading of the disease.

He further said that he would inform the school principals to return those children home, if any child with such symptoms present in school.

“If there is any cautious situation arise, we will immediately take necessary steps upon health authorities’ recommendation,” Minister Rasaputhra added. (Nimal Algewatte)

  Comments - 3

  • Be Fair Sunday, 20 May 2018 07:19 PM

    Good Decision.Now can you send those 225 goats to school so they can learn something. At least they will catch the fever.

    Akila Monday, 21 May 2018 08:09 AM

    Its always idiots like you who send those goats to the parliament and them blame everybody else expect you

    Dee Sunday, 20 May 2018 08:24 PM

    One protest by parents and the decision will be changed.


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