In the Covid-19 review meeting on January 05, 2021, Chief Minsiter Ashok Gehlot directed to open schools for students of class 9th to 12th, colleges for final year students, coaching institutes and government training institutes, from January 18.
The Covid-19 recovery rate in the state has increased to 96.31 percent and coronavirus situation in Rajasthan was very much under control due to the effective management and cooperation of the people. Encouraged by the declining number of active Covid-19 cases in the state, the Rajasthan government has decided to reopen school, colleges and coaching institutes from January 18.
The Chief Minister has also directed to open medical colleges, dental colleges, nursing colleges and paramedical colleges from January 11 to ensure readiness for carrying out the vaccination drive.
The chief minister asked officials to ensure all coronavirus containment and prevention protocols, including social distancing, wearing of masks, are followed in all institutions as per the Central guidelines and SOPs.
The CM said to ensure social distancing, all educational institutions will cater to 50% students on the first day and the remaining 50% on the second day in each class. Teachers will be given necessary training by the health department for the prevention of Covid-19 infection.
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