schools and colleges in five states opened
schools and colleges in five states opened

From today (07 Feb 2022), restrictions due to the corona will be loosened in five states, including Delhi. Manish Sisodia, Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, announced a relaxation of restrictions today after the DDMA meeting. A decreasing number of Corona cases in Delhi prompted the government to take this step.

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This is important information about the case:

1.) Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Odisha, and Kerala have reopened their schools today. However, only schools from 9th to 12th grades will open today.

2.) Delhi will also continue to offer online classes for the time being. Gradually, however, the online classes will be closed.

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3.) The Delhi government has also decided to open colleges and coaching institutes from Monday.

4.) School will begin in Delhi on February 14. Then, only fully vaccinated teachers will be able to enter the school.

5.) As of today, gyms, swimming pools, and spas are also opening in Delhi. Due to Corona, they have been the hardest hit for some time now.

6.) As of Friday, the Delhi government reduced the curfew time and relaxed the restrictions. It is now from 11 pm to 5 am, whereas earlier it was from 10 pm.

7.) As a result of the meeting of DDMA, restaurants in Delhi can now stay open till 11 pm.

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8.) Offices will be able to hire 100% staff, and people will not have to wear masks while driving alone.

9.) The number of Corona cases in Delhi has declined very rapidly. Yesterday, 1,410 new Corona cases were reported in Delhi.

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10) Activated patients in Delhi have also declined. The number of active patients in Delhi is 8,869 at present. The infection rate has decreased to 2.45 percent.

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