PETALING JAYA: Unvaccinated lecturers in addition to college students sitting for his or her Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) scheduled in March ought to be separated from the vaccinated ones to make sure that the examination goes on easily, reported Astro Awani.
National Parents-Teachers Association president Assoc Prof Datuk Dr Mohd Ali Hassan stated the transfer was needed as a consequence of the emergence of Covid-19 clusters in colleges over the final couple of weeks.
“There are some parents or caretakers, and teachers, who do not want to get vaccinated. They don’t have protection from the virus, as such, these people should be fair to others. They should be separated from the ones at the exam halls who have already gotten their jabs.
“Even unvaccinated parents should not come near the school grounds including their kids when the exams are going on. This is to prevent the virus from spreading,” he stated.
Mohd Ali added the authorities ought to search appropriate measures for individuals who have but to be vaccinated.
However, he hoped that individuals would proceed to comply with customary working procedures (SOP) to make sure group security was at its optimum.
Separately, he stated the preparations by lecturers and college students for the SPM subsequent month was going easily.
Despite colleges reopening and the emergence of faculty clusters, Mohd Ali is assured with the preparations carried out for this 12 months’s examination.