Schools to Reopen in UP Form Tomorrow: Schools to be opened in classes 9 to 12 in UP tomorrow, amidst Corona epidemic, preparations completed

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Schools to Reopen in UP Form Tomorrow: Schools to be opened in classes 9 to 12 in UP tomorrow, amidst Corona epidemic, preparations completedPhoto Credits: PTI

Lucknow: Schools in Uttar Pradesh were closed for about seven months due to the Corona epidemic. Yogi Govt (Yogi Govt), taking a major decision last week after taking permission from the Ministry of Home Affairs to open ‘Unlocked 5 Schools in Unlocked 5’ from October 19 to 12, keeping in mind the future of students in the Corona crisis. It was decided to open the school of class X. After the decision taken by the government in the interest of students, schools in the state will be opened tomorrow i.e. Monday to 9th to 12th. At the same time, online education for children of class 8 and below will continue.

Keeping in mind the health of the students, the government has also issued guidelines for it. Classes will be run in two shifts as per the government issued guidelines and written consent from parents will be required. Schools will be required to conduct regular sanitization near gates, classrooms and washrooms. Wearing face masks will be mandatory and ensure social distance between students. Also read: Uttar Pradesh: UP government gives approval to reopen Class 9 to 12 schools across the state on October 19

In the same government-issued guidelines, it will be mandatory for all teachers, students and other school employees to wear masks. The school management will have to provide an additional number of masks. Schools will have to ensure sanitizer, handwash, thermal scanning and first aid system. Students will be given admission in schools only after handwash or hand sanitizing. If a student, teacher or other person has symptoms of cough, cold or fever, they will be sent back home giving first aid.

It has also been said in the government’s guideline that only 50 percent of the students will be called in each class in a day. The remaining 50 percent students will be called the next day. Arrangements will be made to seat students at a distance of six feet from each other. With this, students will not be allowed to share any tiffin and water bottle.

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