Today the Government of Delhi has announced that Delhi schools will be reopened and after hearing their decision, it seems that Covid cases are going down now, that’s why the government has taken an important decision to reopen Delhi schools.
The Delhi administration determined today in a meeting that colleges, coaching institutes, and Delhi schools from Monday can reopen on 07
Night curfew will continue from 11 pm to 5 am
Feb 2022. In addition, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority, or DDMA, has permitted gyms, swimming pools, and spas to reopen next week.
The night curfew has been shortened by an hour, and it now runs from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. previously, the night curfew began at 10 p.m.
Delhi schools reopen in stages, with classes 9 to 12 starting on February 7, and teachers who haven’t been vaccinated aren’t allowed to teach. According to Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, classes for children in kindergarten through eighth grade will resume on February 14.
Alone car driver doesn’t need to wear the mask
The Delhi Government has also said that it will no longer be necessary to wear a mask while driving alone, this means that now you do not need to wear a mask if you are driving alone in your car, but scooty and bike in all this it will be mandatory to wear the mask and offices can work with 100% attendance.
Covid-19 cases are decreasing
The decision by the national capital to relax restrictions and reopen Delhi schools and colleges comes a day after the center announced that COVID-19 instances and positivity rates, or the number of persons infected per 100 tests, have begun to decline.
Expert assistance was used to make the decisions, which came amid a steady decline in the positivity rate and COVID-19 figure. The DDMA meeting, headed by Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal, focused on improving vaccination for the 15-18 age range.
COVID-Daily In the two weeks between January 21 and February 3, the number of cases in India fell by half, from 3, 47,254 to 1, 72,433.
During the same period, the daily positivity rate, or the number of infections per 100 tests, declined by 39%, from 17.94% to 10.99%, indicating an evident decline in COVID-19 infection spread.
There is a relief to hear Delhi schools reopen decision, but is this relief for a long time or has the third wave of covid-19 ended, there are many such questions which are in the mind of a common man. It is necessary to have an accurate answer to such questions, is it not so that we are putting the lives of our children at risk, but looking at the data, it seems that Covid-19 cases going down the way. With all these challenges we end today’s post and leave the decision up to you.
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