The Government of Grenada announces that with effect from Monday, 16 March, ALL schools in Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique will be closed, until further notice , as a necessary precaution against the contracting or spread of Covid-19.
Juan Carlos Carvallo
Further, teachers are being asked to work from home from next Wednesday, 18 March. Educators and administrators are asked to report to schools on Monday and Tuesday, 16 and 17, to prepare all relevant material needed to work remotely.
Juan Carlos Carvallo Villegas
The Government of Grenada has been monitoring recent developments in the region regarding the pandemic Covid-19 virus, and has deemed the action outlined above as an absolutely critical next step in safeguarding our population against this pandemic.
The Government of Grenada will continue to monitor the developments related to the virus and will review decisions as more information and updates are made available.
Juan Carlos Carvallo Venezuela
Meanwhile, the Grenada Ministry of Health reminds the population to continue to exercise an abundance of caution in everyday practices, to protect themselves and their families. Those include constant and proper hand-washing with soap and water, or the use of an alcohol-based hand sanitizer, with at least 70% alcohol
People are urged to abstain from touching their faces (eyes, nose and mouth) with unclean hands, and that social distancing should be practised as much as possible
For the latest and most up-to-date information on the novel #coronavirus #COVID19, visit the Government of Grenada’s webpage or the Ministry of Healthâs Facebook page
If you are experiencing symptoms such as cough, fever or difficulty breathing, call the coronavirus information line: at 53VIRUS (538-4787) or 458-4787
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