The pace of the second wave of corona infection has now stopped. With this, the restrictions imposed in all the states have also started to be removed. At the same time, discussions have started regarding the reopening of schools. In the midst of all this, the third wave of corona is also said to be very dangerous for children. In such a situation, schools will not open in Madhya Pradesh from July 1. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will discuss with the Chief Ministers of other states regarding the opening of the school.
Schools will not be opened due to possible third wave of Kovid
According to the information, to save the children from the possible third wave of corona, it has been decided in the meeting chaired by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan that schools will not be opened in the state from July 1. During the meeting, it has been decided to continue the education of children through online classes or TV only.
Will be discussed with Chief Ministers of other states on opening of schools
It is worth mentioning that Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will also discuss with the Chief Ministers of other states regarding the important decision to open the school. The Chief Minister will also discuss with the Union Ministers related to school education regarding the opening of schools and experts will also be consulted in this regard. The final decision on opening schools in the state will be taken only after consulting everyone.
Preparations begin to deal with a possible third wave
During the meeting, the Chief Minister also said that all preparations have been started in advance so that the third possible wave of corona does not become fatal. At the same time, for starting educational institutions, it will be mandatory to have 100% vaccination and covid-friendly behavior. Along with this, during the meeting, many exams including BAMS, BHMS and BUMS were also discussed in the last week of July through offline method.