Education shadow minister Clyde Puli rued the lack of planning in the government’s exit strategy from the lockdown. In a statement, Puli said that education officials were ordered to return to work in working conditions which are not in line with health protocols. He said that the Nationalist Party received a number of complaints by workers who will be forced to work in crowded offices.
Puli said that school administrators were asked to provide face shields, disposable gloves, disposable aprons u non-contact thermometers to their workers by tomorrow morning with the official government supplier unable to keep up with high demands.
The former secretary general said that the fact that the Malta Union of Teachers have raised concerns about the government’s decision to have workers go back to their workplace is a clear indication of the current situation.
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