Schools had been closed since March 2020 following the announcement of the COVID-19 lockdown.

ANI, Amaravati

PUBLISHED ON JAN 30, 2021 01:47 PM IST

The Andhra Pradesh authorities has granted permission for reopening of courses 1 to five from February 1.

Schools had been closed since March 2020 following the announcement of the COVID-19 lockdown.

“Andhra Pradesh government has accorded permission for reopening of classes 1 to 5 from February 1,” stated an official assertion issued by the state authorities.

The faculties will perform full day for elementary courses. The state training division has issued pointers on this regard.

“Students may attend the classes only with the written consent of parent or guardian,” the assertion issued by the training division stated including that sporting masks is obligatory for all kids, instructing and non-teaching workers.

According to the rules, every part ought to have solely 20 college students.

“In case of more number of students, classes should be conducted on alternative days. Hand washing, social distancing, and other COVID 19 guidelines must adhere,” it stated.

Schools for courses 6 to 12 and faculties within the state re-opened in November final 12 months.

Andhra Pradesh experiences 125 new COVID-19 instances and 175 recoveries within the final 24 hours. The whole instances within the state reached 8,87,591, 8,79,131 recoveries, and seven,152 demise toll.

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