Amidst the coronavirus pandemic, Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Education is currently reviewing the procedures behind resuming educational activities in schools, colleges and universities. Educational institutions across the Kingdom will open for the next academic year. And phase-one has been approved.
Teching staff set to finally go back to their work places, which include public and private schools, colleges and universities. Precautionary protocols to limit spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) will be respected. It is also mandatory to use the Tawakkalna app and to of course, maintain social distancing. In the second phase students will be allowed to return to their respective institutions.
In the wake of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, the Saudi authorities closed off educational institutions and switched to online education with many virtual platforms facilitating it such as Madrasati.