New dates for the reopening of the schools are likely to be announced after September 30
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has announced that all government and private schools in the Capital will remain shut for the students up to Class VIII. The latest orders issued by DDMA will remain valid till September 30, 2021.
Meanwhile, the state government had already resumed all the schools for Classes IX to XII. However, only 50% attendance of the students is allowed in the school.
New dates for the reopening of the schools are likely to be announced after September 30.
Earlier, DDMA had asked schools to re-open classes for standards VI to VIII from September 8. But that order has been withdrawn.
Claiming the significant improvement of COVID-19 situation Delhi, several schools have requested the government to resume classes for students of classes up to VIII.
The chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said, "We are still monitoring the situation. We do not want to take any kind of risk with children. We want to open the school as soon as possible."
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