The Don Bosco School, Guwahati has been sealed for seven days from Sunday after a teacher and one other one’s member of the family examined positive for COVID-19, an official order mentioned. Kamrup Metropolitan Deputy Commissioner Biswajit Pegu declared the complete school premises as a “containment zone” until February 27 to stop additional unfold of coronavirus among the many educating employees and college students.
Both the lecturers continued to take lessons with out intimation to the authorities, sources mentioned.
“Any unauthorised entry and exit into the notified containment zone are barred for the next seven days. Any movement of any unauthorised individual and vehicle within the notified area is also prohibited with immediate effect,” the order mentioned.
All the lecturers of the school have been directed to be current on Monday for COVID-19 testing to be carried out by the Health Department, it mentioned.
Meanwhile, the Assam authorities issued one other order to withdraw obligatory COVID-19 testing at airports and railway stations from March 1, owing to a decline in every day positive circumstances.
However, the Health and Family Welfare Department will proceed to keep up COVID-19 testing amenities at designated hospitals and any particular person experiencing signs of the illness can get examined at these facilities, the order mentioned.
“The above measures will be reviewed in case there is an increase in COVID-19 cases or positivity rates,” it added.
(With PTI inputs)