West Bengal To Reopen Schools For Classes 9th to 12th from November 15

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West Bengal To Reopen Schools: Schools and colleges in West Bengal will resume offline classes from 15 November, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced today.

The announcement however comes as the state continues to witness a spike in the number of cases of COVID-19 cases as it emerges out of the week long Durga-Puja festivities. CM and Trinamool Congress head, Banerjee has directed the chief secretary to facilitate the process following all protocols.

Schools and colleges in West Bengal had moved to online classes where ever possible since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020.

CM Banerjee has urged people to follow the safety protocols to curb the spread of the deadly viral infection which has taken over our lives since last year.

Banerjee urged the citizens to follow COVID protocols during the upcoming festivities such as Kali Puja, Diwali, Chhat Puja and Jagaddhatri Puja. She urged everyone to wear proper facemasks and shields. “Please wear the mask properly. The number of Covid cases registered a spike after Durga Puja. Hence, you must follow the Covid safety precautions, do not keep the mask hanging from your chin,” the CM said.

On October 4th schools across Maharashtra reopened for classes eight to 12. Earlier this month the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) announced that classes for students of grades 9 to 12 for both government and private schools have been granted permission to reopen from September 1. Though attendance in physical classes is not mandatory. Schools for the rest of the classes will be reopened in a phased manner post Diwali.

Meanwhile, West Bengal sees an upward trend in reported COVID-19 infection for the fourth day in a row.