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Schools, Colleges in Mumbai Not to Reopen Till January 15 Due to Second Wave of Covid-19

Representational Image: Reuters

Representational Image: Reuters

In a fresh circular issued on Tuesday, the BMC said it decided to keep all –government and private — schools and colleges closed till January 15 due to the second wave of COVID-19 in other countries and the situation in some states in the country.

Citing the fear of a second wave of coronavirus, the Mumbai civic body on Tuesday said schools and colleges in the city will not reopen till January 15, 2021. Earlier, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) had decided to keep schools and colleges closed till December 31.

In a fresh circular issued on Tuesday, the BMC said it decided to keep all –government and private — schools and colleges closed till January 15 due to the second wave of COVID-19 in other countries and the situation in some states in the country. The pandemic is under control in the Mumbai municipal limits though, it noted.

The BMC also allowed the American Consulate School and other consulate schools in the city to reopen from January 18, but did not specify when exactly other educational institutes can reopen.


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