Schools reopening: Schools reopen in this state from today, Corona instructions must be strictly followed

Schools reopening: Schools reopen in this state from today, Corona instructions must be strictly followed

Schools reopen in Haryana Several states have reopened schools and colleges following a drop in new cases of corona infection in the country.
Schools reopening: Schools reopen in this state from today, Corona instructions must be strictly followed

Schools are reopening. Schools for 1st to 9th class have reopened in Haryana from today. Students must follow strict COVID-19 guidelines when attending classes. The Covid-19 SOP mandates mandatory thermal screening, alternative seating arrangements, student face masks and hand sanitizers.

Haryana Education Minister tweeted the information.

Haryana Education Minister Kanwar Paul Gerger tweeted that first to ninth grade schools would be opened in the state from February 10. He wrote that the appropriate behavior of COVID-19 in classrooms will be strictly followed, adding that parents who want to send their children to school can send them. Online classes will also continue.

These classes will start on February 1.

Students in classes 10, 11 and 12 were allowed to participate in the physical classes from February 1. Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij had earlier said that children between the ages of 15 and 18 who have not been vaccinated against cod are not allowed to come to school. In Haryana, more than 1.5 million children between the ages of 15-18 are eligible for the vaccine and vaccination for this age group has started from January 3.

Decrease in corona infection cases in the country

Many states have reopened schools and colleges following a drop in new cases of corona infection in the country. Ninth to twelfth grade schools reopened in the capital Delhi on Monday. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority had on Friday issued an order in this regard. He also decided to resume classes from nursery to 8 from February 14. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had said that 60-70 per cent students could be admitted to schools on the basis of proper school infrastructure and parental permission, but online classes would continue.

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