Punjab Schools reopening from 26 July for class 10, 11 & 12
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday approved the opening of schools for classes 10th to 12th in the state from July 26.
New Delhi: In view of the decline in the cases of corona virus in Punjab, the state government has approved the opening of schools. According to the new rules of unlock of the Punjab government, schools will be opened in the states.
Punjab Schools Reopening:
Along with this, the state government has also approved to increase the capacity in indoor and outdoor activities. Announcing new relaxations, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday approved the opening of schools for classes 10th to 12th in the state from July 26.
Along with this, 150 people have been approved for programs to be held in closed premises and up to 300 people for programs to be held in open space.
Keeping in view the COVID positivity rate of 0.3 per cent and R value 0.75 (below the national average) in Punjab, the Chief Minister said that schools would be allowed to open for classes X to XII, but only those teachers and staff physically Those who have been given both doses of the vaccine will be allowed to attend.
Schools after Lockdown:
Students can physically come to school only with the permission of the parents. Along with this, the option of virtual classes will continue. He directed that this order would be handed over to the respective deputy commissioners.
The Chief Minister said that if the situation remains under control, then the rest of the classes will be allowed to open in the same manner from August 2, 2021. The Chief Minister said that the University of Cambridge has predicted that there will be a further decline in cases in the coming weeks.
With regard to social gatherings, the Chief Minister said that artists, musicians would be allowed in all areas in such functions and programs following the proper covid protocol.
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