COVID-19: Private schools in Oman to reopen in November

Dubai: Oman’s Ministry of Education has announced that all private and international schools in the country will reopen in November after eight months of closure due to outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Speaking to local media today, Dr. Abdullah Khamis Al Ambusaidi, Undersecretary of Ministry of Education, said: “All private schools, including bilingual and community schools, as well as those following the international curriculum have already started online education, which will continue until November 1”.



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He added that private schools will have face-to face education as of November 2 when schools will reopen to students.


Dr. Al Ambusaidi confirmed that strict health protocols will be in place when schools reopen.

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