After inquiring into the Covid-1 situation in the state, he said the government has decided to impose a weekend curfew in the border districts of Kerala and Maharashtra and the existing night curfew across the state will start from 10 pm instead of 10 pm.
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The Chief Minister on Friday presided over a meeting with health and education experts, ministers and senior officials of the state government to discuss the Covid-1 situation in the state. “We have discussed the current cowardly situation, we have come up with some conclusions based on the possible increase or decrease in the rate of positivity in the coming days at the all-India level,” Bomai said.
“We have decided to impose a weekend curfew in the border districts of Kerala and Maharashtra and the night curfew will start from 9 am instead of 10 am (it will be from 9 pm to 5 am),” he told reporters here. Strictly it has been asked to implement.
Currently, night curfew in the state is from 10pm to 5am.
Noting that the meeting discussed in detail the opening of schools with education and health experts, Bombay also said about the position of other states in this regard, “We have decided to do it in two phases. In the first phase, classes 9, 10, also 11th and 12th II PUC) Class will start from 23rd August. ”
He said there are certain conditions for opening the school, according to which classes will be held in batches on alternate days and details will be given in the order.
Experts say the decision to start primary and secondary classes up to 8th grade should be made by the end of August, considering the possibility of a third wave and the severity of the covid infection.
The Chief Minister said a new Covid-1 task force comprising ministers would be formed in a few days.
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