Schools in Rajasthan for students of Classes 6 to 8 will open from February 8 following a gap of 10 months because of the pandemic-prompted lockdown, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said reported on Sunday, adding that classes will likewise continue for first and second-year undergrad and postgraduate students.
In a progression of tweets, the Chief Minister likewise educated that swimming pools and film theatres will likewise be opened.
“Schools for students of Classes 6 to 8 to open from February 8 while following COVID19 conventions. Classes to begin for understudies of the undergrad first and second year and postgraduate students. 200 individuals to be permitted to go to social and different occasions,” he tweeted.
Gehlot further said that new COVID-19 rules would be outlines for firecrackers shops and diverse strict celebrations.
“The danger of the Covid has still not been totally turned away. Considering this, all actually require to be profoundly mindful,” he added.
According to the Union Health Ministry, there are presently 2,260 dynamic cases in Rajasthan. Up until now, 3,12,370 recuperations and 2,766 passings have been accounted for in the state.