MP School reopens: Schools will reopen in Madhya Pradesh from February 1. The state government made this decision on Monday due to decreasing cases of corona infection. Chief Minister 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 given with 50% attendance. Residential schools and hostels can also open with a 50 percent turnout.
Schools were closed in the state from January 15. Since then, offline classes have been closed. Only online classes were held.
During the Corona review meeting on Saturday, Prime Minister Shivraj Singh had said the decision to open the school would only be taken after consultation with experts. The government is monitoring other states’ decisions to open schools.
In addition to MP, schools will also be opened in Rajasthan and Haryana from February 1. While in UP schools will open from February 7. The decision to open schools in Delhi may be stamped out this week.
With regard to the opening of the school, after consultation with the medical experts, it has been decided that the schools will reopen from 1 February 2022. All classes from class 1 to 12 are given with 50% attendance. Residential schools and hostels can also be opened with 50 percent attendance: CM
— CMO Madhya Pradesh (@CMMadhyaPradesh) January 31, 2022
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 defeated 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.