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Cameroon to resume schooling at the beginning of June

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The resumption of classes, suspended since 17 March 2020 in all schools, universities, vocational training centres, is envisaged on 1 June 2020 in Cameroon according to the evolution of the coronavirus pandemic, Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute announced on the evening of Thursday, 16 April 2020.

Replying to the instructions of President Paul Biya, he indicated that this measure is subject to readjustment. He also mentioned the renewal, for fifteen more days and for the second consecutive time, of the thirteen government measures taken a month ago to stem the expansion of Covid-19, which as of Thursday had already counted nine-hundred and ninety-six confirmed cases, twenty-two deaths and one-hundred and sixty-four recoveries in the country, according to official data.

The head of government also mentioned the finalisation, as a matter of urgency, of a study to assess the impact of the coronavirus on the national economy, with accompanying measures to be implemented, in support of sectors of activity in difficulty since the advent of the pandemic, as well as the most fragile households.

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