The government of Karnataka has launched the “Marali Collegige” campaign which aims to vaccinate students and teachers before the end of July before a phased reopening of colleges.
The government of Karnataka has launched the ‘Marali Collegige’ campaign which aims to evacuate students and teachers by the end of July before a phased reopening of colleges.
To resume offline classes at colleges and higher education institutions, the government of Karnataka is aiming to administer the Covid vaccination to all students and teachers in class by the end of July.
Deputy Chief Minister CN Ashwath Narayan on Wednesday announced the new vaccination campaign called âMarali Collegigeâ (Back to University).
âAfter much deliberation with academics and health experts, we have devised a plan that the current vaccination campaign will need to be accelerated, focusing on immunization education as well as all staff working in the field. educational institutions, âthe minister said.
“On top of that, every student must be vaccinated before the second or third week of July, so that we can give the green light to the institutions to resume their activities soon,” he added.
Phased reopening of schools and colleges in plan
The primary concern of the state government is to provide a safe environment for students and their parents to resume operation of state colleges.
The Deputy CM also added that the 13-member expert committee chaired by Dr Devi Prasad Shetty had recommended a phased reopening of the establishments and this was the reason why it was necessary to speed up the current vaccination campaign. focusing on students, teachers and allied staff. members of each educational institution.
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