The government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has agreed to turn 231 schools in the province into quarantine centres.
This includes 133 schools for boys, and 98 schools for girls.
Twenty-eight schools in Charsadda will become centers for the isolation of patients with coronavirus, 25 schools in Swabi and 31 schools in Lower Dir for youth.
The KP government declared on Friday that all of its educational institutions, including private and public schools, colleges, tuition centers and universities, will remain closed until May 31, as the province continues to combat the novel coronavirus.
Pakistan has reported more than 1,200 coronavirus cases while 10 people have died from the virus.