Here's why schools can re-open but Parliament cannot convene - Lokman Abd Halim
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Kuala Lampur, Feb. 22 -- Of late, the online media has been inundated with queries on why schools can reopen in phases starting March 1, while Parliament cannot convene. This follows the Education Ministry's recent announcement that students can return for face-to-face lessons after months of having online classes owing to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Many argue that millions of students returning to schools nationwide poses a higher health risk than several hundred lawmakers and officials congregating for several weeks. Besides, it's harder to enforce Covid-19 standard operating procedures for students than lawmakers, who set health policies and ought to lead by example.
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