The Delhi government has issued guidelines on Friday to deal with corona in schools. It has been said that students and staff should not be allowed to enter the school premises without thermal scanning.
New Delhi: The Delhi government has issued guidelines on Friday to deal with corona in schools. It has been said that students and staff should not be allowed to enter the school premises without thermal scanning. There should be no crowd at the time of entry and exit. If a child has symptoms of corona, do not send him to school. Teachers will also ask students every day whether they or any member of their family has symptoms of corona. Students have been asked not to share food, books or stationery items.
According to the guidelines issued on Friday, quarantine rooms will also be made in schools, so that students can be separated from others if they get symptoms of corona. The principal will immediately inform the zonal officers about it. If any case of Kovid is found, then the wing of the school where Kovid was suffering will be temporarily closed. No one will be allowed to enter that area. Wear masks in all proper manner in school. There should be an adequate arrangement of washbasin and water. Places like common areas and classrooms should be sanitized frequently.
More than one thousand new corona cases in Delhi
There have been 1042 new corona cases in Delhi on Friday, the highest number of cases since February 10 in the capital. Earlier on 10 February 2022, 1104 cases were reported. The positivity rate in Delhi has reached 4.64 percent. Corona cases in Delhi have become the highest in the last two and a half months.
Hospitalization rate less than 2%
Cases are definitely increasing in Delhi, but the rate of hospitalization has decreased. On April 10, there were 608 cases and 17 patients were hospitalised. The admission rate was 2.80%. There were 965 cases on Thursday, but the recruitment rate was 1.91%.
Cases increased by 3% in 24 hours in the country
There were 2,451 cases of corona in the country on Friday. Patients have grown by 3% in twenty-four hours. During this 54 patients died. There were 107 cases in Noida, out of which 16 are children. At the same time, out of 36 patients found in Ghaziabad, 6 are children.