- Kelly Khumalo has revealed that she is uncomfortable about sending her kids back to school
- The Grade 7 and 12 learners went back to school on Monday
- Some parents have already shut down schools where there were no Covid-19 measures in place
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Kelly Khumalo has taken to social media to add her two cents on the issue of opening of schools amid the Covid-19 pandemic in Mzansi.
Some parents have opted to keep their bundles of joy at home while some have decided to heed government's call and send theirs back to school.
President Cyril Ramaphosa did explain that it was not compulsory for parents to send their kids to school when they opened on Level 3 lockdown.
Briefly.co.za reported that on their first day back at school, two Western Cape teachers tested positive for the coronavirus.
Parents in Mpumalanga have shut down Mbazima Primary School after it emerged that there were no Covid-19 measures in place.
The parents said the school was risking their children's lives and putting them at a risk of contracting the coronavirus.
The school reopened on Monday along with the rest of Grade 7 and 12 learners in country.
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Kelly tweeted on Thursday:
"I don’t know how I feel about my kids going back to school, I’m uncomfortable."
The star's fans have reacted with mixed emotions to her post.
"Remember you have a choice of not sending them to school until you're comfortable to do so."
"It is really scary but we must learn to live nalomkhuhlane (with this virus) sisi. This virus will still be here even next year, what are going to do then?"
"I've decided that my son is not going back, sobona (we'll see) next year. He's my one and only I can't."
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