The havoc of the Corona Virus Epidemic has reduced considerably. With the decline in the case of Corona, the situation has become normal in the capital Delhi as well. Therefore, from studies to work, everything is back on track. In this episode, schools are being opened for all classes in Delhi from today after months. Schools of all classes have opened in the capital with 50 per cent capacity. However, online classes will continue for those students who do not want to go to school.
Schools have been reopened months later with stringent COVID-19 rules. Parents are also happy about their children going to school. Talking to news agency ANI, a parent said that schools should have opened. Due to the closure of the school, the children did not study properly at home. Parents said that due to the non-opening of schools, children have gone far behind.
Delhi government had permitted to open all the schools from November 1. On October 27, Education Minister Manish Sisodia had announced that from November 1, all schools in Delhi would be allowed to open. He also said that no parent would be forced to send their children to school. All schools will have to ensure that classes are in hybrid mode with a maximum of 50 per cent capacity.
Delhi schools reopen for all classes with 50% capacity from today; visuals from Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalaya Raj Niwas Marg pic.twitter.com/IRYrfOZVBi— ANI (@ANI) November 1, 2021
Treatment continues in government and private hospitals with priority
It is noteworthy that schools have already been opened for classes 9 to 12 in the capital. The expert panel of the Delhi Disaster Management Authority had suggested the opening of schools in a total of 3 phases, after which the government has gradually opened the schools. Schools of all classes are opening from today. However, schools will have to follow the COVID protocol. As per the guidelines, all students don’t need to attend school. Students will not be forced to come to school. The staff has been asked to get fully vaccinated before coming to school. Apart from this, 50 per cent of students will be allowed to sit in each class.