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After student tests positive another CBSE school closed

A CBSE school on Kampti Road was closed for a week after 1 student tested positive on Friday.

Nagpur: Only after 1 student of class XI tests positive for coronavirus, 1 CBSE school in Dabha will be closed for around 10 days. The students of the school are asymptomatic and had also got themselves tested as a precaution before planning to travel out of the city.

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A CBSE school on Kampti Road was closed for a week after 1 student tested positive on Friday.

According to Dabha’s school sources, the school student attended physical classes only once this week. But in order to comply with the norms of the Department of Health. The management will stop teaching physical classes to the students with immediate effect.

An employee working in the administrative wing of these schools has said that we also got a call from NMC today that 1 student has tested positive for covid. And they also need to talk to the principal. Because of this, we have brought the civic officials in touch with the principal.

Since Christmas Vacations

A senior school teacher has said that the girl student was asymptomatic on the same day she went to school. The teacher also said that we would check the body temperature. And ask each and every student about the symptoms, and then he didn’t have any. And it is quite easy for us to manage as now only class IX has been reopened for physical education.

Since the Christmas holidays are very near, the school has decided to synchronize its mandatory shutdown with it. The senior teacher has said that we had only 3 working days left before the school was closed for the holiday. That’s why we are doing it very quickly. Now the reopening will happen on the date of January 3.

Every single teacher and student who came in contact with these students has been asked to undergo an RT-PCR test. All the teachers who pass this test will have to share their reports with the school management before allowing them to return to duty in the month of January.

However, the online classes of the students will continue as per the schedule. Due to which it will be ensured that all the students do not suffer academic loss at all.

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