Schools in Telangana will reopen as scheduled
Hyderabad, June 12: Following the increase in corona cases in the State, Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy announced that there will be no change in schools reopening. All the schools across the State will be reopened on June 13, as scheduled and there will be extension of summer holidays.
Covid-19 positive cases have been increasing in the State. According to health department officials, 155 corona positive cases were reported on Friday, which is alarming. This led to discussions about the reopening of schools after summer holidays in the State, which will be reopened from Monday.
Putting stop to all speculations Education Minister Sabitha clarified that schools will be reopened from Monday.
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