School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad said that children of classes 9 to 12 in schools in Maharashtra will reopen from November 23.
Gaikwad made this declaration at a video meeting organized by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.
He said that the Classes from 9 to 12 should reopen after Diwali with all the Covid-19 safety programs.
The second wave of the COVID-19 epidemic was likely gazing at the situation elsewhere in the world, so the administration should be vigilant, the chief minister instructed.
We require to be more vigilant after Diwali. Quarantine centers cannot be closed in schools. The local regime can make judgments regarding alternative locations for classrooms.
CM notified that the Sanitation of schools, coronavirus testing, and other precautions are very important for teachers.
Thackeray said that students who are ill or who have sick family members at residence should not be sent to schools.
During the admission or entry, students must go through the thermal test. Schools will reopen on November 23. Only one learner will be seated per bench, the minister mumbled. Gaikwad said all teachers will endure RT-PCR Coronavirus tests between November 17 and 22.
Also, classes will be conduct on alternate days, and science, mathematics, and English will be taught, while the other subjects will be taught online.