All Tuition classes closed Sri Lanka

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All Tuition classes closed Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Tuition Classes Closed due to COVID19 Coronavirus

Update – All Tuition classes will remain closed until further notice- Education Minister Prof. G.L Pieris. The decision was taken as a precaution to prevent students from being infected with the virus. Officials are considering the situation and will announce the opening dates. Health officials will hold meetings coming weeks to discuss the possibility of reopening Tuition classes safely under COVID19 prevention guidelines. Sri Lanka government has decided to CLOSE all private tuition classes till April 30th due to prevailing coronavirus 3rd wave in the country. Government is monitoring the situation and will announce the tuition opening dates.

All schools will remain closed until further notice- Education Minister Prof. G.L Pieris.

All universities will remain closed until further notice- Education Minister Prof. G.L Pieris.

All tuition classes will remain closed until further notice- Education Minister Prof. G.L Pieris.

Coronavirus is again spreading in Sri Lanka and this was considered as the 3rd wave. Sri Lanka reported 997 cases on April 26, the highest cases in a single day since March 2020. Director General of Health Services Dr. Asela Gunawardena said more young people have now been found to be infected with the coronavirus in Sri Lanka.

Last year during the first wave, Tuition masters island-wide have been requested not to conduct classes in keeping with the government’s decision due to COVID19. Following the control of the virus, Last year government gave the approval to commence Tuition classes from 2020 June 29. According to the Govt Info Dept only 100 students were allowed to enter for those Tuition Classes. According to the Health officials the permission has been granted to resume tuition classes for those who maintaining the physical distance of one meter depending on the space available, the maximum number of students able to attend one tuition class limited to 100.

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