SBEC International school today resumed operations after a three-month break over the pandemic.
The high school, like other learning institutions across the country, were asked to close down in March after Gambia confirmed its first case of the feared ailment.
Gambia’s first patient is a female from the UK who flew in via Royal Air Maroc before self-reporting to the MRC after staying in isolation at home.
She recovered in April and was released. During time of the closure, there were worries over payment of teacher especially schools private schools.
However, SBEC have paved the way to re-open with a strict observance of the WHO regulations for the covid.
Pictures, obtained by Gambia News, show students donning home-made facial masks and keeping a two-metre distance as the principal delivered his welcoming address to the assembly.