Karnataka primary schools are all set to reopen today, after months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The government of Karnataka has made sure that the schools adhere to all the necessary safety protocols and guidelines to ensure the health and safety of the students.
Karnataka Primary Schools Reopening
The reopening of primary schools in Karnataka is a much-awaited move, as students have been without regular classes for several months. The government has allowed the reopening of primary schools for classes 5 to 8, with all the necessary precautions in place.
Covid-19 Safety Guidelines
The government has issued strict guidelines for the reopening of primary schools, keeping in mind the safety of students and staff. All schools are required to adhere to the guidelines to maintain a safe environment for the students.
Schools Readying for Reopening
Schools across Karnataka have been preparing for the reopening of the primary classes by taking all the necessary steps to ensure the safety of the students. All the classrooms have been sanitized and social distancing norms have been followed while seating the students.
Mandatory Temperature Checks
Temperature checks are mandatory for all the students and staff before they enter the school premises. All those with a temperature of more than 99.1 degrees Fahrenheit will not be allowed to enter the school.
Social Distancing Rules
Social distancing norms have to be followed strictly in the school premises. All the students must maintain a distance of at least six feet from each other in the classrooms and other areas.
Hygiene Protocols in Place
Hygiene protocols have been put in place at the schools to ensure the safety of the students. All the students must wear face masks and use hand sanitizers regularly. The school premises are also being regularly sanitized to maintain a safe environment.
The reopening of primary schools in Karnataka is a welcome move, as it will help students resume their studies in a safe environment. All the necessary precautions have been taken to ensure the safety of the students, and the schools are all set to welcome the students back.