COVID-19: Telangana govt extends holidays for educational institutions till 30 Jan
In view of the increasing number of coronavirus cases in the country and the state, the government has decided to extend the holidays for all private, aided and government institutions, except medical colleges
Hyderabad: The State Cabinet meeting will be held here on Monday under the chairmanship of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao even as the state government on Sunday extended vacation for all educational institutions till 30 January in view of rise in COVID-19 cases.
"The State Cabinet meeting under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao will be held on Monday at Pragathi Bhavan (Rao's official residence complex-cum-camp office)," an official release said.
The Cabinet meeting will discuss on coronavirus and other issues, it said.
In view of the increasing number of coronavirus cases in the country and the state, the government has decided to extend the holidays till 30 January to all educational institutions--private, aided and government, except medical colleges in the state as per the directions of the chief minister, it said.
Earlier, the state government had declared holidays for all educational institutions from 8-16 January.
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