Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah said on Friday that schools across the territory would stay shut for one more week.
The main clergyman's declaration comes after Sindh Education Minister Syed Sardar Ali Shah had reported on Tuesday that schools across the area would open from August 23 (Monday).
Tending to a public interview in Karachi, CM Shah said: "Right now we won't open schools for one more week. We need that in this multi week the teachers and guardians of understudies get inoculated."
He said school staff would need to get 100% inoculated and guardians would likewise need to show their immunization testaments. "Following this system, we will open schools one week from now," he said.
CM Shah declined to give further subtleties and said the training priest would better concise on the matter.
The Sindh government had shut schools across the area on July 24 because of the rising number of Covid-19 cases despite the fact that it had said that tests would occur as indicated by plan.