Andhra Pradesh to reopen Schools on Teacher’s Day. The Andhra Pradesh government is ready to reopen schools from September 5 across the state. The reopening of the schools is coinciding with Teacher’s Day. Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy instructed the officials to get ready for reopening of school from September 5 and hopefully, the situation will be normal by then.
He asked the officials to prepare for the launch YSR Vidhya Kanuka on the same day and students will be provided with a kit of a schoolbag, text and notebooks, cloth for three pairs of uniforms, a pair of shoes, two pairs of socks and belt.
The chief minister said that masks should also be included in the kit and awareness should be created among the students as to how to use the masks.
The state government also plans to resume tourism from August 15 to boost revenue. Kailasagiri in Vishakhapatnam and Bhavani Islands on the Krishna River near Vijayawada will be among the tourism projects to reopen on August 15.
State tourism minister Avanti Srinivas said that in order to overcome the losses to the sector due to the Covid-19 pandemic, sparsely occupied hostels will be used as quarantine facilities.
The first case of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh was reported in Nellore on 12 March 2020. A 24-year-old who was confirmed positive for coronavirus was also its first victim. The Andhra Pradesh Health Department has confirmed a total of 1,40,933 cases, including 1,349 deaths and 63,864recoveries, as of 31 July. The virus has spread in 13 districts of the state, of which East Godavari has the highest number of cases.
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