Kerala’s state administration decided to open schools on November 1 following a COVID-19 review conference. Physical classes for primary classes 1 through 7, as well as classes 10 and 12, can begin on November 1. The rest of the classes can begin on November 15. Pinarayi Vijayan, the Chief Minister, provided instructions to have class preparations ready at least 15 minutes ahead of time.
According to the Chief Minister, health experts recommended that primary school be started initially. Meetings between the education and health agencies should be held to make the required preparations for the reopening of the school.