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Corona Infected 29 Students Of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya In West Bengal

29 students of class IX and 10 of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya found infected with the coronavirus. Students advised to home quarantine. They have mild symptoms of cough and cold.

9th and 10th students got infected

At least 29 students of a residential school in Nadia district of West Bengal have tested positive for COVID-19. an officer gave this information on Wednesday. The official said that the Kovid test of 29 students of classes 9 and 10 of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Kalyani, has come positive. The official said that after the students found Kovid positive, their parents informed.

Schools are open in Bengal till 8th-12th


Let us inform you that after the decrease in the cases of corona infection in West Bengal, schools opened from class VIII to class XII and classes are going on following the Corona guidelines. However, now from teachers to parents have expressed concern after 29 children found positive together.

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213 cases of Omicron reported in the country


There have been 213 cases of Omicron, a new variant of coronavirus in India, out of which 90 people have become infection-free or have migrated to other places. These cases have come up in 15 states and union territories. The Union Health Ministry said that Delhi has the highest number of 57 cases of Omicron form, 54 in Maharashtra, 24 in Telangana, 19 in Karnataka, 18 in Rajasthan, 15 in Kerala, and 14 in Gujarat.

Earlier in the statement issued by the State Health Department, it told

440 people found positive in 24 hours. During this, samples of 32 thousand 871 people tested. Although 451 people have also become healthy. So far, 16 lakh 791 people out of a total 16 lakh 27 thousand 930 who have come under the grip of this epidemic across the state have returned home after recovering.

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