Uttarakhand Government to reopen primary schools from 21 September

The classes will run only for 3 hours and students will not be allowed to bring food to school.

As per the news agency PTI, from September 21, Primary schools in Uttarakhand are going to reopen for classes 1-5 after remaining closed for months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

On Saturday, according to the order issued by the department of school education, the classes will run only for 3 hours and students will not be allowed to bring food to school.

Schools must have to follow proper COVID-19 protocol and guidelines, it should be ensured that the entire premises are sanitized properly, including the classroom, office, libraries,  and toilets. With staff and students both wearing masks and following social distancing. in each school, there will be a Nodal officer who will be appointed to check the proper COVID-19 protocol and guidelines are followed properly.

Same as Uttarakhand, Schools in Haryana are also going to reopen from September 20, for classes 1-3. Kanwar Pal Education Minister of Haryana said, “Classes, will be held while strictly adhering to COVID-19 standard operating procedures (SOPs) issued by the education department.”

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