A high level meeting chaired by Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan reviewed the current situation of corona virus in educational institutions and decided to strictly implement precautionary measures against corona virus and SOPs in these institutions. Parliamentary Secretary for Health Dr. Rababa Buledi, Additional Chief Secretary Home Hafiz Abdul Basit, Health Secretary Dosteen Jamaldini, Secretary Higher Education Hashim Ghalzai, DG Health, WHO representatives, Public Health and General Health experts and other concerned officials attended. The meeting was informed in a briefing given by the concerned authorities that increasing the number of tests in educational institutions, more than 1500 tests are being conducted on a daily basis and out of 4156 tests conducted so far, 382 have tested positive. Expressing concern over the rise of corona virus in educational institutions, I decided to increase the number of tests and agreed that closure of educational institutions is not the solution to the problem, through effective implementation of precautionary measures. تعل Amy needs to continue the process. The meeting assigned the task of monitoring SOPs in educational institutions to the police and district administration. It was decided to carry out overall monitoring of the situation by the Home Department. Regarding the outgoing briefing, it was decided that the management of educational institutions would ensure the use of masks, hand washing arrangements and social distance and students and teachers would be barred from entering the institution without masks, principals, headmasters and The heads of the institution will be responsible for the implementation of SOPs and disciplinary action will be taken against the head of the institution in which SOPs are violated, Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan said while addressing the meeting. Corona virus is present and will continue to exist but at the same time routine life will have to continue, strict implementation of SOPs is essential so that the educational process does not suffer any disruption, the Chief Minister said, adding that it is also the responsibility of teachers and parents. It makes the students aware of this Continue to provide, he said, adding that parents should also provide masks and sanitizers to the children like the preparation of lunch boxes for school going children so that the teaching process is not further delayed due to any negligence. That the provincial government will propose to the NCOC to extend the date of opening of primary school for another 15 days.