Dehradun: In view of the crisis of COVID-19, it has been decided not to open schools in Uttarakhand on September 21. Education Minister Arvind Pandey has given orders to departmental officers. Under the guidelines of the Unlock-4, the Government had decided that online education would continue and it would be encouraged. Simultaneously, 50% of the staff schools will come from 21st September. It was also decided that students from class nine to 12 will be able to come to school from September 21 in schools outside the containment zones.
The parents have to take written approval and it will be voluntary to come to school. But now the government has decided to keep schools closed in the state in view of the increasing cases of COVID-19. The figure of infected patients in the state has crossed 33 thousand. The figure for active cases has been 10,374. The rate of infection is continuously increasing on the basis of sample testing in the state. Infection rate is 51 per cent. The recovery rate is 66. 87%. It has been 89 days. Many cases of corona are coming up in the state.
On the other hand, the country is undergoing a crisis due to the COVID-19 virus pandemic. Covid-19 cases are increasing every day. All steps were taken by the Government to save the people from the pandemic, but the outbreak of COVID-19 increased due to public unemployment during the unlock. However, according to data released by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Tuesday, some fewer cases have been reported in the last 24 hours.