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 EDUCATION

108 SMS Labuan students return to Sabah, Sarawak

11th November, 2020

LABUAN: A total of 108 students from Sekolah Menengah Sains (SMS) Labuan returned to their hometowns in Sabah and Sarawak on Tuesday via Labuan ferry terminals and Labuan Airport.

This follows the Education Ministry’s directive on the closure of schools and vocational colleges following the implementation of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) in all states except Kelantan, Pahang, Perlis and Sarawak from Nov 9 until Dec 6.

The boarding school’s principal, Mahamad Shukri Said, said the remaining batch of at least 100 Form Five students in hostels would return to their hometowns in the next couple of days.

“The school, which has 336 students, will be closed within the next three days, and no students are allowed in the school premises,” he told Bernama Tuesday.

To help break the COVID-19 infection chain, the Ministry of Education has decided to immediately cut short the school session for this year, which was originally due to end on Dec 17 for schools in Kedah, Johor, Kelantan and Terengganu, and Dec 18 for the other states. –Bernama

   
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