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New Delhi:

Delhi Cofronavirus: Due to the increase in the cases of Kovid-19 in Delhi, concerns have once again increased regarding school students, due to which educational institutions are organizing online classes and sending recorded lectures to the students.

At the same time, health experts believe that schools should not be closed and instead the emphasis should be on re-implementing Kovid-19 proper behavior, which is currently not being followed by the elderly and youth.

As a result of the rise in COVID-19 cases, school managements are taking a number of steps, including sending recorded lectures to sick students, allowing online classes for students living in isolation, and postponing tour plans.

Anshu Mittal, Principal, MRG School, Rohini said, “We all know that COVID-19 is not over yet.

We are giving importance to the health of every student.

Sick students are being isolated and dropped at their homes so that they can get adequate rest.

Other students can study without any worries.

He said, “We also send recorded lectures to unwell students so that they do not lag behind in studies.

They are being given proper training about the cleanliness of the students through health centric workshops.

As always, the rule of proper physical distance is being followed.

Shubhi Soni, head of Shree Ram Wonder Years, Rohini, said that the sudden rise in COVID-19 cases is worrying, but closure of schools is not an option as students are used to routines and study deadlines, which are not disrupted. should go.

Doing so may affect the progress they have made in studies after the lockdown.

He said, “The health of the students should also not be compromised, that is why we are taking necessary precautions towards sick students.

We are also sending them worksheets so that their studies do not suffer and they can study comfortably by staying at home.


1,382 new cases of corona virus infection have been reported in Delhi and six patients have died.

While the infection rate has been 17.85 percent, which is the highest since January 21.

It was 18.04 percent on January 21.



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