Delhi schools to reopen: Schools of these students will open from February 7, DDMA has imposed this condition on teachers

Delhi Schools to reopen: Schools and universities in Delhi will reopen on February 7. In the meeting held on Friday (February 4, 2022), the Delhi Disaster Management Authority, has given DDMA permission in the COVID-19 review meeting. The schools will open in phases from Monday (7 February). At the moment, students from grades 9 to 12 are allowed to come to school for offline lessons. The decision on offline classes of junior students will be made later in the Kovid-19 assessment meeting.

DDM set this condition for teachers
At the Kovid-19 review meeting on Feb. 4, one of the conditions for reopening schools in the state said that teachers who have not received anti-Covid-19 vaccines should not be allowed to enter the school. The DDM has authorized schools to reopen in Delhi, but online classes can continue for students who still do not want to go to school.

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These guidelines must be followed
Detailed guidelines for opening schools will be issued shortly. This will contain the necessary instructions for the prevention of the corona virus. These may include necessary rules, including written consent from a parent or guardian, face mask or face shield, social distancing and hand sanitization to attend school.

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These restrictions have been removed, including Delhi Night Curfew
In addition to easing other restrictions, the timing of Night Curfew in Delhi has also changed. The curfew continues in Delhi and starts at 11pm instead of 10pm. Apart from this, DDMA has said that full capacity offices will open, gyms and spas will also open. People who travel alone in the car do not have to wear a face mask.

Let us inform that at its last meeting on January 27, DDMA eased other restrictions and abolished the weekend curfew. Cinemas, gyms, amusement parks etc. were allowed to open with a capacity of 50 percent and a maximum of 200 people were allowed to attend the wedding ceremony.

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