The Rajasthan government's decision regarding the reopening of schools on 2nd August has invited parents' wrath.
Following this, the government has been forced to withdraw its decision.
It was only a day ago that the government of Rajasthan decided about the reopening of schools on 2nd August. The government’s decision angered a lot of parents and the wrath resulted in protests. Following all the criticism and the protests, the government stepped back and withdrew its decision of reopening of the schools in Rajasthan. No schools will now re-open on 2nd August.
The parents also said that if the state government stands its decision of reopening of schools, then lakhs of parents will fight at every level. The government has now decided to form a 5-member committee to decide on the reopening of schools and for the formulation of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
Under all circumstances, it must be assured that each and every staff member and the other employees of the schools are well vaccinated before the schools resume classes. If even one single employee of the educational institute is not vaccinated, it can result in the others getting infected ultimately multiplying the covid chain.
The major point to be kept in mind is that NO VACCINATION, NO SCHOOLS. VACCINATION is the only way to safety.