School Reopening Latest Updates: Tamil Nadu government has decided to resume classes for students of classes 1 to 8 from November 1.
School Reopening Latest Updates: The havoc of the second wave of corona in the country is gradually decreasing. However, in view of the possibility of a possible third wave, all kinds of precautions are also being taken. After the havoc of Corona subsided, in most states, necessary activities have been allowed in a phased manner. Upper class schools have been opened in most states, while some states are in the process of opening schools.Also Read – Maharashtra School Reopening News: Schools will open in Maharashtra from this date, CM Uddhav approved
In the midst of all this, the Tamil Nadu government has decided to open schools from class 1 to 8. The Tamil Nadu government has decided to resume classes for students of classes 1 to 8 from November 1. Along with this, the state government has also extended the COVID restrictions till 31 October. According to the latest guidelines issued by the government, all religious places will be closed on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Also Read – Bihar Me Kab Khulenge School: The date of opening of primary schools in Bihar has come, CM Nitish announced
Tamil Nadu Govt allows physical classes to resume for students of Classes 1 to 8 from November 1; extends COVID restrictions till October 31; religious places to remain shut on all Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays
— ANI (@ANI) September 28, 2021
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Let us inform that after the arrival of 1,630 new cases of corona infection in Tamil Nadu on Tuesday, the total number of infected people increased to 26,60,553. At the same time, after the death of 17 people, this figure has increased to 35,526. After recovering from the infection of 1,634 people in the last 24 hours, 26,07,796 people have been successful in defeating this deadly virus. There are currently 17,231 active patients in the state.