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No more Covid-10 restriction, Delhi schools to resume offline classes from April 1
According to this, schools will now be opened for all classes in the capital of the country from April 1. During this, students will have to strictly follow the covid-19 infection.
New Delhi: There is an important update for both the students and their parents studying in Delhi schools. According to this, schools will now be opened for all classes in the capital of the country from April 1. During this, students will have to strictly follow the covid-19 infection.
No more Covid-19 restrictions in Delhi:
At the same time, it will be mandatory for every student, teaching staff and non-teaching staff to wear face masks. For not doing so, the Delhi government has announced imposition of fine. At the same time, CM Arvind Kejriwal has tweeted in this regard.
He tweeted, DDMA withdraws all restrictions, as the situation improves and people are facing difficulties due to loss of jobs. Schools will work completely offline from April 1. Not wearing a mask will attract a fine of Rs 500. Everything will continue by following the proper behavior of covid. The government will keep a close watch. Though schools in the capital had earlier reopened for all grades, it was being operated in a hybrid mode. Only classes 9th to 12th were being conducted in physical mode.
Corona updates in India:
According to the data released by the Delhi government, 556 new cases have been reported in Delhi in the last 24 hours. At the same time, the infection rate has been recorded at 1.10 percent. During this 6 patients have lost their lives. At the same time, it is a matter of relief that 618 patients have been discharged in the last 24 hours. Earlier on Wednesday 23 February, 583 new cases of corona had come in Delhi, 3 patients had died.
According to the data, 50591 people were tested in Delhi in the last 24 hours. Out of this, 556 people were found infected and 618 patients were cured. At the same time, after the arrival of fresh cases, the total number of active cases of corona in Delhi has come down from 2344 to 2276.
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