Hyderabad, Dec 23 (Hydnow): With an increase in COVID-19 cases in the country, many schools in the city have taken various safety precautions which include wearing face masks in the classrooms and using hand sanitizers.
Many city private schools have sent parents a safety advisory on wearing face masks in the classrooms and using hand sanitizers. Apart from this, a few schools have asked parents not to send their children to school if they are suffering from any health issues and this is to ensure that other students and staff do not catch the infection.
“We don’t want to create any panic among the parents once again, as in winter, fever and cold are common. so, to take safety measures we have reintroduced the practice of checking temperatures at the gate and asking students, found with high temperatures, to return home. We have planned to set up health camps every 15 days in collaboration with Prime Health Centers said Shiva Rama Krishna, Chairman of SRK Group of School, Bholapur
“In the wake of the recent surge in COVID-19 cases in several parts of India, we have sent an advisory to parents to send students to schools to wear masks, maintain hand hygiene, practice social distancing, and enhance immunity. Apart from this event safety measures have been taken in the school buses, said a teaching staff of a private school.
Y.Shekhar Rao, president of the Telangana Recognized School Management Association (TRSMA), said that already citizens are vaccinated, they are not afraid and everyone is well aware. We continue to maintain safety protocols in schools. Regular washing of hands is mandatory in the school I also asked the students to wear masks in the classroom and asked our teachers to sensitize students to” oneself-hygiene. We have planned to implement health checkups every month in all the TRSMA schools and it will be extended to all private schools, we have planned to collaborate with the private health service provider to provide health checkups to the students.” (Hydnow)
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