Corona virus cases in India also see a spike. To curb the spread of the simultaneous spread, various national governments have taken drastic measures. Some states set section 144 and others set the night rule. People are reminded to avoid crowded places and to make sure that they wear a mask at all times.
Various provinces have also decided to close schools and colleges again. Previously, schools and colleges were already closed for the entire academic year and more recently started college courses.
Here’s a look at the districts that closed schools and colleges:
Chhattisgarh: Government schools and colleges have been ordered to close on March 22. To date, there has been no information from the government about the reopening of educational institutions.
Gujarat: Body classes in Jamnagar, Ahmedabad, Surat, Rajkot, Bhavnagar, Gandhinagar, Vadodara, Junagadh and Jamnagar are closed until April 10.
Himachal Pradesh: All public educational institutions in the state will remain closed until April 4. However, candidates for this year’s examination will be allowed to go to their respective examination centers.
Madhya Pradesh: Schools 1 to grade 8 will remain closed until April 15.
Punjab: The government has ordered all schools and colleges to remain closed from March 31. However, all staff, including teaching and non-teaching staff, must report to their institutions on a daily basis, as usual. There will be no change to the online Class Class 3 to Class 8 online exam, while the Class 9 and Class 11 test instructions will be released in due course.
Tamil Nadu: All schools and colleges have been closed to the government since March 22. From now on there is no information about the reopening of educational institutions in government.
Telangana: Government schools and colleges are closed from March 24. They will remain closed until further notice by the government.
Uttar Pradesh: The government led by Yogi Adityanath extended its hand until all schools were closed until April 4. The government had previously decided to keep the facilities closed until March 31, but since high-profile cases were extended. Closure of students up to Class 8 only.