Telangana to close down all educational institutes in view of Covid-19 surge


The Telangana authorities has determined to briefly close down all colleges and educational establishments throughout the state, beginning Wednesday, in view of rising instances of Covid-19, state schooling minister Sabitha Indra Reddy introduced Tuesday.

The choice applies to all hostels, gurukul colleges, authorities and personal educational establishments in the state, besides medical schools. Online courses, nevertheless, will proceed as normal.

After an intensive evaluate of the prevailing state of affairs and protecting in thoughts the well being of college students in addition to academics, the federal government has taken a choice to close all educational establishments in the state from March 24 as a precautionary measure on the request of dad and mom, she mentioned.

She recalled that governments of Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, and Chhattisgarh have already closed their educational establishments. She mentioned there may be concern amongst dad and mom because the quantity of instances have began rising in the state.

The minister urged all to cooperate with the authorities and cling to Covid-appropriate precautions like sporting masks, sustaining social distance and private hygiene.

In the previous few days, a quantity of Covid19 clusters had emerged in residential colleges and hostels, evoking a dialogue on closure of educational establishments in prevailing circumstances.

With Monday’s 412 recent Covid instances, Telangana has 3,151 individuals at the moment below remedy for the virus. The cumulative caseload for Telangana stands at 3,03,867. As many as 1,674 individuals have succumbed to the illness to date.

Greater Hyderabad continues to high the chart and crossed the 100-figure mark in phrases of constructive instances for the primary time in a number of weeks on Monday.


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