Haryana schools to reopen for vaccinated students on February 1; Covid-19 guidelines here. As per the Haryana school reopening guidelines, only those students who have received at least the first dose of COVID vaccination will be able to attend classes.
New Delhi: Haryana Education Minister Kanwar Pal announced that schools will reopen for classes. 10, 11, and 12 from February 1. Haryana Education Department has issued orders to resume offline classes for students of classes 10 to 12 today. As per the Haryana school reopening guidelines, only those students who have taken at least the first dose of COVID. Vaccinations will be able to attend physical classes. Schools should ensure that the COVID-19 SOPs and guidelines are strictly followed on the campus. Earlier, the state education minister had said that the government is planning to reopen schools with 33% capacity on different days. Also Read: CBSE Officially Say Alert: Cbse 1 Term Result 2022
However, the education minister did not mention how many days a week the schools would run or the capacity they would function. Educational institutions in Haryana were closed till January 26 due to an increase in Covid-19, omicron cases in India. Schools, colleges also resumed online classes for students. However, now students of classes 10, 11, and 12 who have received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine will be able to attend physical classes from February 1. Many states are still contemplating reopening the schools as the board exam 2022 is fast approaching. The Delhi government will decide on offline classes in the next Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) meeting. Whereas the Karnataka government can open the school next week. The state will take a final call on January 29 (Saturday).
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