IndiaKovid: Schools will be closed, no night curfew; New decisions

Kovid: Schools will be closed, no night curfew; New decisions


  • Schools in the state are closing.
  • There will only be online classes until the ninth grade.
  • After January 21, there will be no class for children up to ninth grade.

Thiruvananthapuram: Schools in the state are closing due to the increase in Covid-19 cases. There will be only online class from class one to class nine. The crucial decision was taken at the Covid review meeting chaired by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.

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After January 21, there will be no class for children up to ninth grade. However, classes from Class X to Plus Two will be held as usual. Offline classes will continue for children up to ninth grade. The second week of February will examine whether this should continue. The Principal / Headmaster will be empowered to close up to two weeks if clusters form in educational institutions.

At the Covid review meeting, it was decided that the restrictions on Sunday lockdown and night restraint, which had been in place earlier, would not be lifted for the time being. Education Minister V Sivankutty had met the Chief Minister to discuss the closure of schools. The Department of Education will issue guidelines the next day on how to conduct online classes in the context of schools closing.

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It was decided at a meeting chaired by the Chief Minister that the respective institutions would be closed down if the Covid expansion spreads. Bosses can make decisions in this regard. All institutions, including schools and colleges, may be closed by the authorities to prevent the spread of Covid or to find more patients. It was also decided at the review meeting to make government programs available online as much as possible.

The CM directed the district collectors to identify the Covid clusters and impose necessary restrictions. Work-from-home arrangements will be made for pregnant women working in government offices. All official events and functions must be conducted online, including in government, quasi-government, public sector institutions and co-operatives.

In districts with more than 20 test positive rates, social, cultural and community events, such as weddings and funerals, will be limited to 50 people. Special permission must be obtained in situations where more people are required to attend. Public events will not be allowed if the test positivity rate exceeds 30.
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All businesses should promote online booking and sales. The malls should be 25 square feet in size so that there is no overcrowding and people should be admitted only accordingly. This should be ensured by the district administration.

The Chief Minister directed the concerned department to send a message to those who had booked online at Sabarimala earlier from January 16 requesting them to postpone their visit in view of the increase in Covid spread. The number of admissions will be decided through discussion.

The Department of Health is taking the necessary precautions in case Omicron spreads. More facilities are being set up in the districts. In the current situation of Covid expansion, the co-operation of the ward level committees is essential. The CM also directed the health and education departments to take concerted action to send the 10th, 11th and 12th class children to the vaccine school.

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