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COVID-19: Jammu school reopens with 50% staff

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COVID-19: Jammu school reopens with 50% staff

COVID-19: Jammu school reopens with 50% staff

Schools across several states to reopen from September 21 amid coronavirus pandemic.

Preparations underway at Kendriya Vidyalaya in Jammu as it reopened today.

Ministry of Home Affairs permitted states and Union Territories to permit up to 50% of teaching and non-teaching staff to be called to schools for online teaching and related works.

COVID guidelines were put by the school authorities.


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