According to the survey, 62% of parents are unlikely to send children when schools reopen on September 1st
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According to a survey by LocalCircles, the majority of parents are unlikely to send their children to school if the government decides to reopen them in the next phase of the unblocking from September 1st.

According to the survey, 62 percent of respondents said they will not send their children to school if they reopen on September 1st.

“Most parents feel that India shouldn’t even consider reopening sports schools until December 31st. Instead, the focus of the central and state government should be on equipping schools directly or in cooperation with online classes, television or radio industry through the CSR programs, ”the report says.

The government is considering various measures for its next phase of development, which will come into effect on September 1st.

With local trains / subways staying nearby, 51 percent of respondents said they won’t take local trains / subways for the next 60 days if the government decides to restart them from September 1st.

That said, 77 percent of respondents said that if the government opens multiplexes and cinemas from September onwards, they will not go to cinemas for security reasons.

The report is based on a survey of over 25,000 citizens in 261 districts of India.

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