Classes Pre-primary- VIII resume in Tripura
With the Covid-19 situation improving and positivity rate declining to 3.53% across Tripura, classes for students of pre-primary to Class VIII which were suspended in all schools have been resumed
With the Covid-19 situation improving and positivity rate declining to 3.53% across Tripura, classes for students of pre-primary to Class VIII which were suspended in all schools have been resumed from yesterday.
Around 20 days back, the Tripura government had suspended classes up to VIII standards as there was a spike in infection across the state that crossed 1 per cent and above 26 percent in the Agartala Municipality Corporation area.
But now the situation is improving and Tripura claims to be among the states with a high vaccination rate covering more than 95 percent of first dose vaccinations.
The teachers and students are happy with this development and the Covid-19 situation moving towards normalcy but at the same time are cautious and following all Covid appropriate behaviour.
Tripura, on the other hand, is witnessing a dip in daily Covid cases.
As per the latest update of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (GoI), the state currently has 3,525 active cases of infection.
The state’s total number of positive Covid cases stands at 95934 while the death toll stands at 902.
First Published: 1st February, 2022 17:46 IST
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