Schools in Gujarat are ready to go for regular classes
Indien.Website News Wire, Gujrat Reports 22 Nov 2021: Jitu Vaghani, Gujarat education minister, has announced that the state all schools must adhere to COVID-19 conventions and follow guidelines set around specialists.
The Gujarat government announced on Sunday the return of schools for students in grades 1-5 on Monday, November 22nd.
Gujarat Education Minister Jitu Vagani said all schools should adhere to COVID-19 conventions and follow guidelines set somewhere around specialists.
While announcing the selection, Mr. Vagani also mentioned the rules for COVID-19, which will have to be followed by students, instructors and staff to ensure the safe entry of students back into school after two very close years.
Mr Vaghani said participation would not be mandatory and all face-to-face students should send letters of consent from tutors.
According to reports, Gujarat reports 22 new COVID cases in 24 hours.
In Gujarat 22 new cases found of Covid infection in 24 hours against the recovery of 35 coronavirus patients and none. The state has 310 dynamic cases of coronavirus. Of the new cases registered in urban areas, Vadodara revealed 8 new cases, followed by Ahmedabad at 4, Surat at 3 and Rajkot at 2.
From the Rajkot and Valsad regions, 2 new cases were opened, while Narmada announced 1 new case. Over a period of 24 hours, ending today at 17:00, over 1.26 lakh doses of antibodies against coronavirus were controlled, which led to the absolute ratio in the country so far to over 7.71 million euros. These subtleties were shared today with the Department of State Welfare in its daily notification.