Camera: Athar Rather
Video Editor: Puneet Bhatia
From an all-in-one thermal scanner and hand-sanitizing machine to hands-free wash basins, Modern Public School in Delhi’s Shalimar Bagh is preparing to reopen for students in a staggered manner likely after 5 October.
With schools across India getting a nod to partially reopen for Classes 9-12 from 21 September, many states including Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal have chosen to keep all schools closed until the spike in coronavirus cases subside.
In this video, The Quint speaks to Alka Kapur, the school’s principal to gauge all the safety and social distancing measures that a student would have to follow, as and when the institution reopens.
Students will have to maintain six-feet distance even outside school gates and will have to enter in a staggered manner. At the gate, they will have to get the QR code on their ID cards…