Srinagar: The government is all set to reopen the schools in Kashmir after the improvement in Covid situation, Lieutenant Governor of J-K Manoj Sinha said Friday.
“Reviewed Covid situation in J-K. The pandemic situation has improved and we can gradually move ahead for reopening of schools and holding offline classes while ensuring complete adherence to SoPs,” Office of the J-K LG tweeted.
On February 7 LG had told reporters that the government will monitor the Covid situation for next 15 days and if the graph dips further, the administration led by him will discuss the issue and accordingly take a call on re-opening of schools in Kashmir.
Top officials of the School Education Department also told KNO that the schools in Kashmir valley are most likely to reopen from February-21—(KNO)
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