In the wake of the Kovid-19 case reduction in the state, the Goa government on Thursday announced the reopening of physical classes for students in grades 1 to 12 from Monday. The order is applicable to all educational institutions.
The official order said, “As the number of Kovid-19 cases is decreasing day by day in the state, the appropriate authorities have decided to re-open all the educational institutions from 1st to 12th class from 21st February following the proper Kovid-19.
Schools that were partially reopened at the end of last year were closed after a recurrence of the case due to a virus omikron wave after a decline in the number of high school students, Hindustan Times Report
With the exception of primary and secondary schools, which have been closed since the epidemic began in March 2020, have not yet reopened for students to attend classes, and schools have been asked to conduct online classes for students instead.
Meanwhile yesterday, Goa reported 103 new coronavirus positive cases and three deaths associated with the infection, the state health department said. Adding to that, the total number of cases reached 2,44,508, while the death toll reached 3,785, it said. With 481 patients recovering in a day, the number of recoveries has risen to 2,39,496. There are 1,227 active cases in the state.
“A total of 1,801 tests were conducted on Thursday, bringing the total number of tests in the coastal state to 18,61,114,” an official said. Goa COVID-19 statistics are as follows: 2,44,508 positive cases, 103 new cases, 3,785 deaths, 2,39,496 recovery cases, 1,227 active cases, 18,61,114 samples have been tested till date.
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