Maharashtra food and civil supplies minister and Nashik guardian minister Chhagan Bhujbal on Saturday said school for Classes IX to XII in urban and rural areas of the district would renew from January 4 and civic and zilla parishad authorities must start preparations accordingly.
He was once speaking to reporters after addressing a review assembly on the COVID-19 situation here, which was once attended by collector Suraj Mandhare, police commissioner Deepak Pandey, Nashik Municipal Corporation (NMC) commissioner Kailas Jadhav, Zilla Parishad CEO Leena Bansod and superintendent of police Sachin Patil.
“In view of schools opening on January 4, municipal corporations, councils and health agencies must make micro planning for COVID tests of teachers and non-teaching staff.
All schools will have to be sanitised over the following few days,” Bhujbal said.
Speaking on the vaccination drive for the coronavirus infection, Bhujbal said 650 booths will be created to cater to 100 people each and every per day in the district.[ad_2]