Primary schools in UP reopen with strict Covid guidelines
LUCKNOW: Primary schools in the state are reopening from today after a gap of an year due to Covid-19. However, the Uttar Pradesh government has instructed schools to strictly follow all norms and precautionary measures while operating the classes.
Special attention has been given to check the spread of the disease. Social distancing will have to be strictly followed. If the number of students is more then the classes will be conducted in two shifts. Apart from this, classrooms, staff rooms, toilets, doors will have to be sanitised and cleaned at regular intervals.
In many states, though the crisis is not yet over it has definitely slowed down prompting administrations to reopen educational institutions, offices and firms to normalise people’s lives.
SCHOOLS, COACHING CLASSES IN PUNE CLOSED
Considering the rising number of cases in different cities of Maharashtra, educational institutions have once again been closed down by the administration.
In Pune, where the corona cases are showing an upward trend, it has been decided to shut schools, colleges and private coaching institutes till March 14
The decision has been taken by Pune Mayor Muralidhar Mohol to curb the spread of Covid-19.