MP School reopens: Schools to open in Madhya Pradesh from tomorrow, CM Shivraj Singh announced, know the guidelines

MP School reopens: Schools will reopen in Madhya Pradesh from February 1. CM Shivraj Singh announced this on Monday. Shivraj Singh said that after consultations with medical experts on the opening of the school, it has been decided that the schools will reopen from February 1, 2022. All classes from class 1 to 12 are taught with 50% attendance. Residential schools and hostels can also open with a 50 percent turnout.

Earlier on Saturday, in the Corona review meeting, Prime Minister Shivraj Singh had said the decision to open the school would only be taken after consultation with the experts. The government is monitoring other states’ decisions to open schools.

It has been said in the order that the online classes will continue as before. The Corona guidelines are strictly followed in schools and hostels.

School Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar said that following the instructions of the CM, the schools will open from February 1. Now the candidates have to prepare for the exam. Solve your problems by asking the teachers. We want to take the exam on time. He tweeted, saying: “I welcome the decision of Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh ji to reopen the schools to students of grades I to XII from 01 Feb 2022. In view of the upcoming exams, I wish all students the best wishes for preparing for the exam with full dedication and hard work!’

Let us tell you that in Rajasthan and Haryana schools will also open from Feb 1 while in UP schools will be closed until Feb 6. After that, the schools can open.

After 9,305 new patients were confirmed to have been infected with the coronavirus in Madhya Pradesh on Sunday, the total number of cases has risen to 9,59,439. A health ministry official said nine people have died as a result of the epidemic in the state in the past 24 hours. With this, a total of 10,616 people have died from infection in the state so far.

He said 1,936 new cases of coronavirus infection were registered in Indore and 1,784 in Bhopal on Sunday. Both districts are most affected by this contagious disease in the state.

He said 63,297 patients are currently being treated in the state and 12,041 people have recovered from the infection in the past 24 hours. So far, 8,88,526 people have beaten the infection.

The official said 38,083 people received doses of anti-Covid-19 vaccine in the state on Sunday and a total of 10,93,13,308 doses have been given so far.

Second dose of anti-Kovid-19 vaccine for adolescents aged 15 to 18 years from today
In Madhya Pradesh, eligible adolescents in the age group of 15 to 18 years will receive the second dose of the anti-Covid-19 vaccine from Monday. An official announced this on Sunday. The official said the director of the National Health Mission, Priyanka Das, has written a letter to all district magistrates in this regard, directing the eligible adolescents to administer the second dose of the vaccine.

“The campaign to deliver the first dose of Covaccin, an anti-Kovid-19 vaccine, started on Jan. 3 to adolescent girls aged 15-18 in the country,” the official said. For all these adolescents who are eligible for the second dose of vaccine, the second dose of vaccine will start from January 31.

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