Mumbai: Because of the threat posed by Corona's new omicron form, the school in Mumbai will reopen on December 1st, Wednesday. Yes, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) recently declared that schools in Mumbai from classes 1 to 7 will reopen on December 15. Schools were supposed to begin on December 1st, according to certain criteria, but BMC announced schools will open on December 15th, citing senitization and the Covid19 Omicron edition, and online studies will continue. Raju Tadvi, a BMC education officer, recently remarked about it.
"We have got an order from the Maharashtra government to open schools on December 1st, which is tomorrow, while sensitization would take two weeks. If the situation worsens after the 15th of December as a result of the new variation, we will take more drastic measures. Students will have the option of taking lessons online. We came to this conclusion after much consideration since toddlers cannot be expected to wear masks all day."
Let us inform you that a minimum distance of 6 feet between two pupils will be rigidly enforced in all schools in the state, and everyone in the school will be required to wear masks. Staff and children will also be required to wash their hands often and keep the school clean. Non-teaching personnel will be immunised at the same time, and biometric attendance will be closed for the time being. It has also been said that there would be no crowded school events, sports, or mass prayers, among other things. Only those who are symptom-free will be permitted to enter the school or attend class. Furthermore, students and instructors are expected to not attend to school if they are unwell and to follow the appropriate guidelines.