Health Bahrain extends suspension of schools now that it has...

Bahrain extends suspension of schools now that it has 95 coronavirus cases

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Bahrain is extending its suspension of all private and public schools by two weeks until March 29.

The decision by the local government is in line with its precautionary measure and to combat the spread of coronavirus outbreak.

Currently, Bahrain has 95 confirmed coronavirus cases.

“The Ministry of Labor and Social Development notes that this directive includes both government centers and rehabilitative centers affiliated with the ministry, nurseries and private and private centers for persons with disabilities,” according to a report carried by state-run Bahrain News Agency.

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