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  • The Ministry had decided to conduct such tests on a sample of 30 students to be selected from two or three schools daily 

By Chaturanga Samarawickrama  

The Education Ministry decided to conduct random Rapid Antigen Tests (RAT) at schools to detect Covid-19 patients among students,  Education Minister Prof. G.L Peiris said.   

He said the Ministry had decided to conduct such tests on a sample of 30 students to be selected from two or three schools daily.  


The RAT results will assist in arriving at decisions for the re-opening of schools and to find out the extent of COVID virus spread among school children,” the Minister said. 

 

  • RAT results will assist in arriving at decisions for the re-opening of schools 

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