Face-to-Face education to start in September, plans for students to come under way

Face-to-Face education will definitely start both in universities, primary and secondary schools in September and the government have prepared all kinds of infrastructure for this.

This was made known by TRNC Prime Minister on Friday last week during a meeting with Minister of Finance and representatives of some economic organizations of the Cyprus Turkish Chamber of Commerce.

Saner said, the government have agreed with Turkey to bring about 500 thousand doses of vaccine to the country by 23 December. He pointed out that 190 thousand doses of 500 thousand doses arrived the island last week and that 300 thousand doses of the vaccine will come to the TRNC in certain periods.

He said the age for vaccination will be reduced to 30 by the beginning of July.

Saner stated that "the economy should stand up as soon as possible" and that the opinions and suggestions of the sector representatives on what needs to be done in the economic sector are "important".

He stated that the country balances its economy depending on the service sector which provides its income adding that “Tourism and education are very important. 

The first opening regarding tourism was made on June, 4. In a short time, we started to accept tourists from foreign countries with small changes. Now, our work on education continues.”

Saner said, “Face-to-face education will definitely start in September, both in our universities and in primary and secondary education, and we have prepared all the necessary infrastructure for this.”

Saner said the most important thing is by separating two sectors, one of which is tourism and the other is the education sector. He noted that the Ministry of Health has taken every precaution to vaccinate everyone working in these sectors.

He said the Ministry of Education will meet with all universities rectors to discuss what should be done to start face-to-face Education in the country by September and what is expected from the government by the end of June the latest. 

He said the government will make provisions for students who will come to the country from abroad.

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