With the number of COVID-19 infections decreasing in Raipur, the district administration has allowed the reopening of facilities, training centers and libraries for qualifications that have been closed since March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and closure. Training facilities, training centers and libraries will reopen in accordance with applicable COVID-19 protocols.
However, the Raipur District Administration has not given a date when the public facilities can resume operations. According to an official spokesperson for the Raipur administration, the district collector issued an order allowing vocational training institutions (ITIs), training centers and libraries to reopen under certain conditions, as the number of COVID-19 cases in States United has fallen into state capital.
The district administration has also taken precautions to ensure that the number of COVID-19 vases does not increase after these facilities reopen. The coaching and training centers will also prioritize online courses and distance learning, while only 50 percent of students will be able to take courses on campus.
The facility was tasked with keeping separate entry and exit doors without human contact, while special attention was paid to regular and complete renovation of facility facilities and materials. Students are not allowed to exchange laptops, notebooks, and course materials, and the facility cafeteria will be closed until further notice. CCTV cameras will also be installed to track suspected COVID-19 patients.
Guidelines prescribed by district authorities should be followed, including social distancing roles in classrooms. Institutes must also take the necessary precautions for disinfectants, thermal detection, and pulse oximeters. Institutions must also maintain a personal registry of those who visit the campus so that they can be contacted immediately if a student or employee is infected. COVID-19 containment facilities, vocational training facilities, training center or libraries will be reopened and strict measures will be taken against those who violate the guidelines.