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In accordance with the regulations of the Sindh Education and Literacy Department, private schools in Sindh are requesting vaccination certificates of coronavirus from the parents of their students who attend their institutions.

Syed Murad Ali Shah, the Chief Minister of Sindh, had asked parents and teachers last week to submit inoculation certificates to the schools by August 30. He also stated that only schools with 100 percent coronavirus vaccinations would be allowed to resume the following Monday.

As a result, school administrations have been sending out emails to parents, urging that they submit their vaccination certificates by August 28th.

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Syed Sardar Ali Shah, the provincial minister for education, revealed earlier this week that the province administration had decided to extend the closure of schools by another week due to the fact that school staff members were not completely vaccinated against the flu.

In a recent survey, private schools reported that just 73 percent of their personnel had been vaccinated. He went on to say that the government has extended the deadline for instructors to get inoculated and submit their vaccination certificates to the appropriate authorities by August 30.

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