Coronavirus has once again started entering the lives of people in India and once again creating havoc in India. The number of increasing positive cases in India is now creating an alarming situation. And therefore the government of Delhi and the health department are worried about the increasing rate of corona infection in Delhi.
The cases coming to the schools have added to this concern. On Friday, the Deputy CM of the Kejriwal government said that the guidelines state that only a specific wing or class, where someone was found infected with COVID, should be temporarily closed. Schools may also consider closing the entire campus in view of cases where even a single infected person is found.
Guidelines to all private schools
Directorate of Education of the Government of Delhi has issued guidelines to all private schools in view of the increasing cases of Corona. The Directorate of Education had said that if cases of infection come before the school authority, they should be reported to the directorate of education and the concerned wing or school. Also the wing or the entire school should be closed for some time if the cases increases.
DDMA meeting will be held on 20
In the view of continuously increasing cases of corona in the national capital, a meeting of the Delhi Disaster Management Authority will be held on April 20 to discuss the current situation. LG Anil Baijal, CM Arvind Kejriwal, Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, Health Minister Satyendar Jain will be present at this meeting.