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Amid second wave of coronavirus, Haryana declares summer vacation in schools till May 31

By Rajan Nath -- April 21, 2021 2:49 pm -- Updated:April 21, 2021 2:58 pm

While the nation is dealing with the second wave of coronavirus, the Haryana government on Wednesday announced summer vacation in schools till May 31.

"The schools will remain closed on account of summer holidays from April 22 to May 31," Haryana's Education Minister Kanwar Pal said in a tweet.

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While nation is dealing with second wave of coronavirus, Haryana government on Wednesday announced summer vacation in schools till May 31.

Earlier in April, the Haryana government had decided to close schools till April 30 for the students up to Class 8. However, they were closed for all classes amid the second wave of coronavirus.

Meanwhile, the teachers had been attending schools to prepare the results of the examination.

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While nation is dealing with second wave of coronavirus, Haryana government on Wednesday announced summer vacation in schools till May 31.

Pal said that the teachers have been coming regularly to schools. Since the safety of teachers is also on priority, the Haryana government announced summer vacations in schools in advance.

Haryana recorded a sharp rise in coronavirus cases over the last three weeks. On Tuesday, Haryana recorded 7,811 new cases of coronavirus in its biggest single-day spike, while 35 people died due to COVID-19.

While nation is dealing with second wave of coronavirus, Haryana government on Wednesday announced summer vacation in schools till May 31.

Currently, the number of active coronavirus cases in the state is around 50,000.

Gurugram, Faridabad, and Sonipat districts have been reporting a steep rise in new cases. Likewise, other areas including Panchkula, Karnal, and Kurukshetra have also added to the surge.

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