The Puducherry government has reversed its decision to open schools and colleges in the state

The Puducherry government has backed the decision to open schools and colleges. The decision was made keeping in mind the situation of Kovid-19. Puducherry Education Minister informed about this. “The government has previously decided to reopen schools and colleges, but we have decided to postpone it due to the current COVID-19 situation. We will announce the opening of educational institutions and colleges later,” he said.

Puducherry had earlier decided to reopen all government and private schools for students from 9th to 12th of July. Chief Minister N Rangaswamy has announced that all colleges in the central region will reopen from July 16. However, now the decision has been withdrawn. The government has said that they have taken this decision in view of the health of the people.

6.14 lakh people have been vaccinated in the state so far

1,327 people are being treated for Kovid-19 in Puducherry, Health Department Director S Mohan Kumar said. During this time, 177 people were healthy, and the total number of patients recovering from the disease rose to 1,16,203. The infection rate is 1.99 per cent, the death rate is 1.49 and the recovery rate is 97.40 per cent. More than 6.14 lakh people have been vaccinated in the state, he said. After the arrival of three new cases of Kovid-19 in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, total infections rose to 7,496.

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