Children never know the importance of the protocols that are to be followed and they may avoid them. A single teacher managing the whole class will be very difficult. Even children may change their masks and use also. These activities will prove to be very hazardous.
In AP, after the first wave, the government tried to open schools but that attempt proved to be very costly. Many people reported corona positive. Then again schools are closed. So we should not be in a hurry to start colleges and schools immediately.
As the medical world has now more knowledge about the infection, as there are various vaccines now available and more research going on, we can hope and trust that in another few months the world will have some control over the pandemic and it will soon taper out.
So rather than rushing o open schools we may wait for a few more months and hopefully things will be near normal and back to our pre Covid days by the end of this year.
Before opening the schools we need to open the other sectors of economy and life first- like normal public transport,trade and business and other services. Once that stabilises without further risk we can open schools.
K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Knowledge is power.