Unlock-4 SOP Guidelines: Partial reopening of schools for Class 9-12 students



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The Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare announced reopening the schools partially or in the areas outside the containment zones from September 21 so that the face-to face method of learning can be restored. In this regard yesterday on 8th Sept, 2020 the ministry has issued a set of guidelines for holding these classes.

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The Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) follow the centre’s Unlock-4 guidelines to allow schools to reopen in areas outside containment zones which will serve as a guide to schools on the safety measures they need to take during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Various preventive measures that have to be followed to reduce the risk of Corona Virus in general, include simple public health safety steps to be observed by all (teachers, non-teaching staffs, students) all the time in these places.

The SOP includes social distancing guidelines including the use of face masks, maintaining six feet distance between students, following respiratory etiquettes, installation of Aarogya Setu application “wherever feasible” and prohibition of spitting. However, the guidelines also mentioned that online and distance learning shall continue to be in operation and is encouraged.

In order to check out the complete official SOP guidelines please click on Official SOP guidelines for partial reopening of Schools for students of 9th-12th classes issued by Health Ministry taking guidance from their teachers in the context of #COVID19.

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