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ANI. "Covid-19 has affected children of all age groups. However, the mortality rate and severity of disease in children are negligible.

Health experts believe that it is high time children return to schools," sources said. Ever since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, schools have remained by and large shut.

Some states did open schools partially on an on and off basis but widespread apprehensions and reservations continue to remain. "However, it will be up to states to decide whether they are ready to open schools or not," a source told ANI.

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