November 20, 2020 2:10:01 pm
All colleges administered below the jurisdiction of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Company or BMC will stay shut until December 31. The choice has been taken because of the rise in circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic in Mumbai. Earlier it was determined that colleges will reopen from November 23, nonetheless, the choice has been taken again.
“All schools in BMC jurisdiction to remain closed till 31st December. The decision has been taken in the wake of rising in #COVID19 cases in Mumbai. Schools will not re-open on November 23,” Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar was quoted as saying by the information company ANI.
All colleges in BMC jurisdiction to stay closed until 31st December. The choice has been taken within the wake of rise in #COVID19 circumstances in Mumbai. Faculties is not going to re-open on November 23rd: Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar
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— ANI (@ANI) November 20, 2020
Faculties throughout India have been shut since mid-March because of the pandemic. The state authorities had launched its tips on the reopening of faculties. Each time the varsity will reopen, the identical can be below strict precautions, aside from masks and sanitisers, social distancing will even be adopted.
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