Mumbai Schools Will Not Open On Monday, To Stay Shut Till December31
All schools under the jurisdiction of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will stay closed till December 31 in view of the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in the city. The schools were earlier scheduled to resume on November 23.
” The decision has actually been taken in the wake of increase in #COVID19 cases in Mumbai. Schools will not re-open on November 23,” Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar said today, according to ANI.
BMC authorities have said the move shows apprehensions over a possible second wave of the pandemic sweeping through the city.
Mumbai on Thursday reported 924 fresh cases, taking its total numbers to 2,72,449 This was the greatest everyday count up until now this week in the city. Its death numbers has actually increased to 10,624 with 12 brand-new casualties reported till Thursday.
Maharashtra state’s COVID-19 numbers on Thursday increased to 17,63,055 with the addition of 5,535 cases. It remains India’s most afflicted state. The virus claimed 154 more lives, pressing the casualty count to 46,356 by Thursday. The state’s recovery count increased to 16,35,971 while the count of active clients is now 79,738
While earlier revealing November 23 as the date of resuming for schools, the Maharashtra federal government had made it mandatory for instructors to undergo COVID-19 tests. It had actually likewise provided guidelines that enabled students to continue studying from home. Those looking to go to school needed to send a letter of consent from their moms and dads.
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