Nashik schools to remain closed for offline classes for classes 1 to 9 and 11 till January 10-31

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looking to grow coronavirus increasing risk of cases and Omicron Variant, all schools in Nashik district will remain closed for offline classes for class 10 and 12 students from January 10 to January 31. Maharashtra Minister Chhagan Bhujbal said this on Thursday. He warned that a ‘no vaccination, no ration’ decision would be taken if eligible people did not take both doses of the COVID-19 vaccines on time.

Bhujbal, who is also the Nashik district guardian minister, made the announcement after presiding over a meeting to review the coronavirus situation held at the collectorate here. He directed the officials to expedite the vaccination of Kovid-19 in the district and create awareness among the people about taking the second dose of the vaccine.

To prevent the spread of coronavirus, all colleges in the state will remain closed for physical classes till February 15 and they will switch to online education. Similarly, in-person learning for classes 1 to 8 has been suspended in Mumbai, Pune, Thane, Navi Mumbai and Nagpur till the end of January. “Except for classes 10 and 12, online classes will continue for schools in Nashik district (classes 1 to 9 and 11) that remain closed till January 31.

In view of the increasing number of corona virus patients in the last eight days, marriages should be conducted in a simple manner. The revenue and police departments should take strict action against the organizers of such events if they violate the rules.” Bhujbal said, “Those who have taken the first dose of the vaccine should take the second dose within the given time frame. If vaccination is not completed on time then a decision of ‘no vaccination, no ration’ will be taken,” he warned.

Bhujbal said that in view of the increasing cases of corona virus, all the fairs in the district will be banned. Collector Suraj Mandhare said during the meeting that Nashik has sufficient stock of medicines, medical oxygen and sufficient number of hospital beds for the treatment of Kovid-19 patients.


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