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Karnataka schools, PU colleges to remain closed till December end, confirms Yediyurappa

DNA Monday, 23 November 2020
The scenario of COVID-19 in the state shall be reviewed in the last week of December to consider the reopening of schools at an appropriate time
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As the state of Maharashtra remains the worst hit across the country, The decision to open the schools has been put on hold, The BMC on Friday announced that all schools in the city will continue to remain shut until December 31, keeping in mind the coronavirus situation in Mumbai, amid a spike in...

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