State government takes decision in view of rising COVID-19 cases
All educational institutions in Nagpur, Pune and Mumbai will remain closed till March 7, following the imposition of partial lockdown amid the sudden rise in Covid-19 cases in the regions. The decision was taken in an emergency meeting headed by Maharashtra's power minister, Nitin Raut.
The authorities will review the extent of the COVID-19 condition in the areas before reopening the institutions, according to the decision. No reopening dates have been released yet.
Earlier, schools and colleges were reopened in Maharashtra following Covid-safety restrictions from February. Schools for only classes X and XII students were reopening in view of the upcoming Board exams.
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