All schools in the nation’s capital can be reopened from Monday for students of all grades, Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Wednesday after a Delhi Disaster Management meeting. Authority (DDMA). Physical attendance will be voluntary and parents will not be required to send their children to school as classes will be conducted in a hybrid mode with in-person and online classes simultaneously, he said.
All schools and educational institutes can be opened for all classes in Delhi from November 1.
However, schools will also continue the online courses for students who do not wish to take the offline courses.
– Manish Sisodia (@msisodia) October 27, 2021
Mr Sisodia said no more than 50 percent of students will be required to attend physical classes at a time. Schools will need to ensure that 100 percent of their staff is immunized.
Until now, students in grades 9 to 12 were allowed in schools.
The DDMA recently met in Delhi to review the COVID-19 situation in Delhi, in which the city’s health secretary suggested, among other measures, to make vaccination mandatory for entering shopping malls. and subways.
Delhi added 41 new cases of Covid yesterday as no related deaths were reported in the nation’s capital for the fourth day in a row. The positivity rate in the city is currently 0.08%.