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After the corona lockdown started, the process of opening schools which have been closed for months gradually has also started. In the same sequence, now schools in Maharashtra will also be re-opened from 9th to 12th from November 23. School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad gave information about this. Gaikwad made this announcement at a video conferencing organized by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray. He said that all schools from 9th to 12th should be reopened after Diwali with Corona guidelines.
Chief Minister advised to be cautious
Looking at the second wave of Corona, the Chief Minister said, “After Diwali we need to be more vigilant. Quarantine centers cannot be closed in schools. The local administration can take a decision regarding optional locations for classes.” Also, sanitization of schools, test of coronavirus for teachers and other precautions are also necessary during this period.
Thermal checking of schools
During this time, the CM said that students who are ill or whose family members are ill in the house should not be sent to schools. At the same time, Gaekwad said that all teachers will have RT-PCR coronavirus test from November 17 to 22. Apart from this, after the school is opened again, there will be thermal checking of the students.
Only one student will be seated at each desk. Classes will also be held on optional days and science, maths and English will be taught, while other subjects will be taught online.