Kolkata Gokhale Memorial College Girl Covid Postive College Stops Class For Few Departments For A Week

Kolkata: The fear of Omicron is growing worldwide. Meanwhile, the bad news is in Kolkata itself. Corona has been attacked by a student of Gokhale Memorial Girls College. It is learned that the corona report of the second year student has come positive. And as a result, there is a risk of covid infection in more than one student. And after the news came to the fore, the college authorities became restless. Due to the situation that has arisen, students of multiple departments have been forbidden to come to the college. Besides, the college authorities have informed that classes of several departments will be closed for the next one week. Then the situation will be examined and the next step will be decided.

The campus had to be closed for two long years due to the Corona panic. Most of the schools and colleges were offering online education. Schools and colleges have reopened across the state since November 16 after the second wave of the deadly virus stopped. Classes have started following different Kovid rules. However, Karona did not attack the campus before a month had elapsed since the opening of the college in the state. And the most worrying thing in this situation is the number of people who have been infected with Corona. At the same time, if any student in the campus is infected with corona, the fear of getting infected by many of them once again became a cause of headache.

Meanwhile, a bulletin from the state health department on Tuesday said that 605 people have been newly infected with corona in the state in the last 24 hours. 13 people have died. North 24 Parganas tops state in daily deaths. And Kolkata in daily transition. In the last one day, 192 people have been infected in Kolkata. 2 deaths. During this period, 136 people were infected in one day in North 24 Parganas. Death of 4 people.

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