The Delhi government has taken a big decision regarding the schools in Delhi. The government has issued orders to open schools of all classes in Delhi from November 1. However, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Wednesday said that no student will be forced to attend physical classes. Sisodia said that schools will have to ensure that classes are conducted in hybrid mode, which means online classes will continue. This decision has been taken by the Kejriwal government amid decreasing cases of corona virus epidemic. Along with this, permission has also been given to perform Chhath Puja in Delhi.
There will be no pressure on parents: Sisodia
Manish Sisodia in a statement said that physical attendance will be voluntary and parents will not be forced to send their children to school as the classes will be conducted in hybrid mode, in which both physical and online classes will be conducted simultaneously. Not more than 50% of the students will be called to attend the physical classes at a time. Schools will need to ensure that all their staff are vaccinated, with about 98% having had their first vaccine.
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Manish Sisodia appealed to the people regarding Chhath Puja
Talking on Chhath Puja, Sisodia said that people are requested to follow all covid protocols and wear masks… The situation of covid in Delhi is under control, but everyone has to be careful. But the festival season is going on and the government does not want to take any kind of risk. Talking about the cases of corona in Delhi, according to the data released by the Health Department, 41 new cases of corona virus have been reported in Delhi with a positivity rate of 0.08% while no death occurred due to infection.
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