UP School Reopen News: UP schools reopen for classes 9 to 12 with strict Covid protocols | Lucknow News


LUCKNOW: Uttar Pradesh saw a little more unlocking as schools resumed, after a gap of nearly five months, on Monday.
Following the Covid second wave, the schools were closed in March.

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The secondary education department has put 60 officials on task for inspection and monitoring of schools in 60 districts.
The officials will submit their reports by the evening.
According to the government order, the regular restart of schools, irrespective of the Board they are affiliated with, for classes 9 to 12, will be for five days a week, from Monday to Friday.
No classes will be held on weekends.
Students have been called to attend schools in two shifts, with 50% capacity in each shift.
While the first shift is from 8am to 12 noon, the second shift will begin from 12.30pm to 4.30pm. Face covers have been made mandatory for all students and staff.
Additional chief secretary Aradhana Shukla instructed officials to carry out a sanitisation drive after each shift and on Saturday and Sunday.
Social distancing will be followed at the entry and exit time. Schools that have more than one entrance gate must use them for decongestion, Shukla said in her order.
Schools have been asked to ensure sanitation facilities like handwash, thermal scanning, pulse oximeter and other requisite medical aid.

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