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Haryana government ordered closure of all schools till 30 November

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| Updated: 20 Nov 2020, 04:57:00 PM

Chandigarh, November 20 (Language) The state government on Friday directed all schools to be closed till November 30 amid mounting cases of Rona virus infection in Haryana. The state government has taken this decision after more than 150 students in the state were found to be infected with the Karona virus. The Directorate of School Education of the state wrote a letter to all district education officers, block education officers and other concerned officers instructing to keep all government and private schools closed

Chandigarh, November 20 (Language) The state government on Friday directed all schools to be closed till November 30 amid mounting cases of Rona virus infection in Haryana. The state government has taken this decision after more than 150 students in the state were found to be infected with the Karona virus. The Directorate of School Education of the state has written to all District Education Officers, Block Education Officers and other concerned officers, directing them to close all government and private schools. It has also been said in the letter that schools will also be closed for teachers and during this time all school campuses will be sanitized. Schools were open in Haryana earlier this month but only students from ninth to twelfth grade were allowed to join the class after parents’ consent. In Haryana till Thursday, there were a total of 2,09,251 cases of infection and 2,113 people have died so far.
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