Corona Effect: Nado, Repo Badulu Bandh?

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The flats will be closed. The government hopes to close schools as corona cases are on the rise. To this end, the Department of Education has sent proposals to the government. CM KCR Nado and Repo are likely to make a statement on this. It is noteworthy that the number of corona cases in schools in many districts is increasing day by day. It is learned that cases are on the rise due to students congregating in schools and non-compliance with Kovid rules. In this context, all students up to 9th grade will be promoted. A decision has to be made on the conduct of the tenth class examinations.

Prime Time Zone, Telangana Bureau: The Department of Education plans to close schools from Monday as the corona epidemic intensifies. The government plans to pass all students in grades 6 to 9. Students of all classes except 10th class have the opportunity to pass and be promoted to upper classes. It is learned that Minister Sabita Indrareddy has submitted proposals to the CM KCR on behalf of the Department of Education in the Cabinet meeting. Education sources said that CM KCR is likely to announce this in the Naidoo and Repo assembly. Tens of thousands of students in several districts were diagnosed with coronavirus and two students in OU were diagnosed with coronavirus.

Fear hides

In the past 24 hours across the state, corona has infected students in several social welfare schools, gurukuls and Kasturba schools. Two girls from BC Girls’ Residential Gurukul School in Nagar Kurnool District, 15 students from Rajanna Sirisilla District Konaraupeta Kasturba Girls’ School, 20 girls from Social Welfare Department Girls’ Residential School in Jagittala Bhavnagar and 22 girls from KGBV in Rajendranagar, Rangareddy District were declared teachers. Most of the students in Karimnagar, Jagittala, Hyderabad, Rangareddy and Adilabad districts have been suffering from corona since 15 days.

313 cases in the past 24 hours

More than 300 cases of corona cases have been reported at one time, up from 200 last week. In the past 24 hours, 313 corona cases have been reported across the state. The highest number of 47 cases were reported in GHMC, 29 in Rangareddy, 25 in Nirmal and 20 in Malkajgiri. The lowest number of cases were reported in Jayashankar Bhupalpally, one in Medak, 2 in Warangal Rural, 3 in Vanaparthi, 3 in Bhadradri Kottagudem and 2 in Mulugu. Not a single case was registered in Narayanpet district. So far 2,434 cases have been active across the state, with two deaths. 943 were in home isolation.

Increased cases since the start of school

The number of cases by students has been steadily rising since the start of corona schools, where corona declined completely until January of this year. The government has started full-fledged schools for students in grades 6 to 10 with the intention of reducing the corona. Initially, parents were reluctant to send their children into slavery. Corona changed their opinion as the cases were not registered. Attendance was recorded at 70 percent. With all the children gathering in the schools, it became difficult to follow the Kovid rules. This caused the corona disease to spread rapidly. On March 1, 116 cases were registered and on March 8, 118 cases were registered, bringing the number to 313 by March 19. On December 1 last year, there were 502 cases, down from 397 on December 29. The number of cases against it has been steadily rising since the first week of March.

Tests at OU are as usual

The faculty announced that the exams at OU would continue as usual. Two students at the OU Ladies Hostel were found to be positive. They demanded that the semester tests be conducted only after the corona tests were done in the hostel. Responding to the students’ dharna in front of the administrative building on the issue, the faculty clarified that the exams could not be postponed. Corona said it was offering better treatments for two infected students. About 8,000 students from Siddipet, Medak, Sangareddy and Vikarabad districts across the state will appear for the exams.