The Maharashtra Education Minister, Varsha Gaikwad has announced to re-open the schools for Classes 9 to 12 in the state from November 23. The schools are advised to follow all the SOPs issued by the Central Government.
Before the reopening of schools, all the teachers will undergo RT-PCR coronavirus tests between November 17 to 22. The students are also needed to get the consent letters sign by their parents or guardians.
The Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackery said that “We need to be extra cautious after Diwali. Quarantine centres in schools cannot be shut. The local administration can decide on alternative places for classrooms. Sanitization of schools, coronavirus tests for teachers, and other precautions are a must.”
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