The government is concerned about reopening all classes in high-enrolled schools and the decision will be taken only on weekends after consulting with all stakeholders, Sawant said.
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“Just because the task force has made recommendations does not mean that the government will implement them. As Chief Minister and Minister of Education, I can make decisions. The main problem is complexes like Kujira. There are schools with more than five hundred students. There is no problem in primary schools in rural areas where there are only 10 to 15 students. Although the task force says schools may start, the government’s approach may be different, ”the chief minister said. He said 15% of the state’s population is still not covered by the second dose of the vaccine, which is also a cause of covidar risk.
“The task force today discussed the recommendations of the expert committee, which recommended opening schools for all classes from November 22. The task force approved the recommendations of the expert committee. But the government has not yet made a final decision to open the school. We’re still thinking about it. We will discuss this with all PTAs, well-wishers, political parties and then decide to start the school, ”Sawant said.
He said he had asked the director of education to submit plans to apply for more than 500 enrolled schools.
“I have asked the director of education to come up with a plan for schools with 500 to 1,000 students, toilet use, etc. We will keep the Kovid protocol, but I am still concerned about the schools where more than 500 students will come together. But the children have not been vaccinated yet, which is a matter of concern for us, “said Sawant.
He said that although ninth to twelfth grades were currently in operation, some schools had a job to manage students because the institution had more than 500 students enrolled in this upper class.
“Some schools, from only ninth to twelfth grade, have 700 students. Although we say that they have to adhere to the Kovid rules, they have to determine how to deal with it. In the next two days, we will do a review, talk to the experts, a decision can be expected between the PTA and Friday or Saturday, ”Sawant said.
He appealed to the eligible to come forward to complete the second dose of their vaccine, so as to reduce the risk for the children.
“So far we have covered only 85% of the population with both doses, 15% have not yet received their second dose. Many of them have already passed their due dates. If all adults are vaccinated, it will reduce the risk for children. If you have children in your home, this will reduce the risk for them. We don’t have to go home and get vaccinated. I urge everyone to get vaccinated, “said Sawant.
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