School Reopening News: Schools have been opened in most states after the havoc of the second wave of corona in the country subsided.
School Reopening NewsSchools have been opened in most states after the havoc of the second wave of corona in the country subsided. At the same time, preparations are being made in some states. In the midst of all this, it has been said from the central government that no body has suggested the condition of vaccination of children for opening schools. NITI Aayog Member (Health) VK Paul said whether children are to be vaccinated and which of them should be vaccinated has become a matter of scientific and public health discussion.Also Read – Coronavirus Updates: The government again warned about the festive season – the second wave has not ended, so…
He said that only a few countries have started immunization of children so far. He said that except vaccination, other conditions related to the epidemic should be safe for opening of schools. Paul stressed that following standard operating procedures regarding proper ventilation, seating arrangement, wearing of masks in the classroom is of paramount importance for opening the school. Also Read – England vs India, 5th Test: Crisis on fifth Test match! Another member of the Indian team in the grip of Corona
“No scientific body, epidemiological, no evidence suggests that vaccination against Kovid-19 should be a prerequisite for the reopening of schools,” he told a press conference. Vaccination of teachers, other school staff and parents is however desirable. He said, ‘There is no recommendation of the World Health Organization that we should move in that direction in view of the low mortality rate and more cases of asymptomatic infection. We as a nation and government are actively working towards scientific validation of our vaccines for potential use in children. Also Read – Coronavirus cases In India: The knock of the third wave of Corona? 43,263 people infected 338 people died in 1 day
Paul said the Zydus vaccine has already been licensed for children. He said that when and how it will be implemented is being discussed by scientific bodies. He said that the trial of covaccine for children is nearing completion. Hyderabad-based Biologicals E Ltd has been given permission to conduct Phase II and III clinical trials of indigenously developed COVID-19 vaccine on children and adolescents aged between five and 18 years, subject to certain conditions.