Jaipur. Rajasthan Corona Guideline Latest: The increasing cases of corona in Rajasthan are once again increasing the trouble. Now the government has not issued a guideline in this regard. Schools, colleges have already been opened in the state and children are coming to school for studies. According to the new guidelines issued by the state government, the canteens of school colleges will remain closed for the time being. However, the government has not decided to close the schools. The Gehlot government has made it clear that no more pressure can be created by the college for offline classes. The Gehlot government has made it clear that the children will not be forced to insist even by the school. Online arrangements will be made in schools.
what school will not be able to do
Rajasthan Corona Guideline Latest: The Gehlot government has made it clear that prayer meetings will not be organized in schools and colleges. Also, if any corona is found infected in any school or college, then the institute will have to be closed for 10 days. Let us inform that in the month of November so far there have been more than 235 infections in the state. A few days ago, 12 children were found infected in private schools in Jaipur. After which the Gehlot government has now issued strict guidelines for schools and colleges.
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Corona is increasing in the capital
Rajasthan Corona Guideline Latest: Let us tell you that corona is increasing rapidly in Rajasthan. In the initial days, corona infected patients have been confirmed. Out of this, 7 patients have been found from Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. Meanwhile, information has been received that Assembly Speaker CP Joshi has been found infected with Manish. Along with this, the personal photographer of Dr Joshi is also infected. The Gehlot government has said that the school college campus will have to do daily sanitization.
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