Colleges Re-opening , Is this safe?

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Punjab Colleges are going to open from 16th November.

My college is in Punjab and i am from different state so i have to reach college via train(Crowd) is this safe?
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My suggestion is to  open colleges next year only.

What is the status of yours?

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1000000% safe.

so that you can waste more time?? drag your a… to college already smiling_imp

no offence but just a stupid thread just because you dont want to attend to college lol

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Demondealer wrote:

1000000% safe.

so that you can waste more time?? drag your a… to college already smiling_imp

no offence but just a stupid tread just because you dont want to attend to college lol

What they will do in 2 months?
Better to open it from next year

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Whatever and who ever say anything, nobody can undo what’s happened.
I’m strictly against the opening of colleges and i suggest a lockdown.
Those numbers which the government showing is clearly a fake.
They are restricting the tests in each area to 100 or even less. so that the Covid count will reduce.

Yesterday, my brother’s(25 age) & my(26) covid test results came positive.

I rarely(once a week) go out from my house but my brother didn’t step out since March.
Even though i go out, i took all the precautions. Infact my bro is more cautious than me.
He sanitizes each and everything that enters inside my house.
He sprays the sanitizer even on the items that were inside the amazon parcel.
We are that much cautious and yet we don’t know how we were infected.

We are more cautious now than when the lockdown is announced in May.
Yet we got infected somehow.
What ever the government is doing is not correct and they should take more precautions now than before.
World has started the Phase – 2 lockdown yet our government is showing the decrease in daily cases.

One simple question i can ask,
Without the introduction of vaccine and with the lifting of lockdown, how does the cases in India are decreasing??
Are the people in India more cautious than before? – No
Does the people in India following social distancing? – Hell no, ( try to maintain small gap in the Que, definitely some idiot will come and stand infront of you)
People are not even wearing masks properly, but the cases in India are falling down.

Atleast those who are reading this, don’t do much, just follow social distancing, wear masks & sanitize regularly.
Mostly, don’t touch anything outside your house.
Stay safe..!!

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Bro mbbs 1st year student here. My college reopened on 27 September. Until now, 37/150 batchmates have tested positive.
All of them recovered but 2 of the recovered have still not healed. Unable to walk for even 5 minutes without stopping to breathe. In a pretty bad condition. STAY SAFE BROTHER smile

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ankurranab.tech55109 wrote:

TRAIN NOT RUNNING FOR PUNJAB…..Due to protest for protect farmer and farming

go walking. During the lockdown, people have done.

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1000 people dying everyday …. no issues

we must play economy economy / election election

Its called moving on and leaving the deads behind .

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Let the peoples die , we will go to school and latter infect / kill ourselves / our parent / grand parents too .

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No regular classes in DU this semester

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Seems colleges located geographically in punjab only opening.
Strangely i didnt receive any update from Panjab University, Chandigarh. Classes going fine online, i hardly attend those though stuck_out_tongue
Logistically impossible without any proper mechanism in place, there are like 80 students in a class, no way to maintain social distancing and no proper infrastructure too , to implement odd even kind of thing

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saymyname78 wrote:

1000 people dying everyday …. no issues

we must play economy economy / election election

Its called moving on and leaving the deads behind .

There’s no option, 130 crore+ population is more important than the few thousands who die . One can only care of himself, and his immediate family.
Rest is in the hands of god / nature sunglasses

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saymyname78 wrote:

Let the peoples die , we will go to school and latter infect / kill ourselves / our parent / grand parents too .

Its not mandatory to go , there’s an alternate online route smile

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Shahskm wrote:

No regular classes in DU this semester

Glad they are opening colleges somewhere. I hope Delhi govt also does it soon

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Despo_1F608 wrote:

Whatever and who ever say anything, nobody can undo what’s happened.
I’m strictly against the opening of colleges and i suggest a lockdown.
Those numbers which the government showing is clearly a fake.
They are restricting the tests in each area to 100 or even less. so that the Covid count will reduce.

Yesterday, my brother’s(25 age) & my(26) covid test results came positive.

I rarely(once a week) go out from my house but my brother didn’t step out since March.
Even though i go out, i took all the precautions. Infact my bro is more cautious than me.
He sanitizes each and everything that enters inside my house.
He sprays the sanitizer even on the items that were inside the amazon parcel.
We are that much cautious and yet we don’t know how we were infected.

We are more cautious now than when the lockdown is announced in May.
Yet we got infected somehow.
What ever the government is doing is not correct and they should take more precautions now than before.
World has started the Phase – 2 lockdown yet our government is showing the decrease in daily cases.

One simple question i can ask,
Without the introduction of vaccine and with the lifting of lockdown, how does the cases in India are decreasing??
Are the people in India more cautious than before? – No
Does the people in India following social distancing? – Hell no, ( try to maintain small gap in the Que, definitely some idiot will come and stand infront of you)
People are not even wearing masks properly, but the cases in India are falling down.

Atleast those who are reading this, don’t do much, just follow social distancing, wear masks & sanitize regularly.
Mostly, don’t touch anything outside your house.
Stay safe..!!

Would not mind sharing the state name or may be city name too?
This might help some dimers in your city to be cautious.

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JustAnotherDude wrote:

Bro mbbs 1st year student here. My college reopened on 27 September. Until now, 37/150 batchmates have tested positive.
All of them recovered but 2 of the recovered have still not healed. Unable to walk for even 5 minutes without stopping to breathe. In a pretty bad condition. STAY SAFE BROTHER smile

Very sad to here that, your college is having doctors and patients at the same time or they are doing practicals on 1st year students.

No offense, I do not support this.

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It’s a highly contagious disease, spreads from human to human, so of course it is NOT SAFE. Even if trains are resumed you should not be bothered to ride them. In my state they are going to resume train service from next week, but will I dance around and go ride it? God no. I will wait for as long as I can. One year is wasted from my life. But if I do not want to waste it, I may have to waste my life altogether. Those clowns who cannot stay in their homes are having tremendous problems with physical distancing I see. They must remain outside, they cannot digest their daily foods without a massive crowd. I really wish they indeed ride these trains and buses and you know…. the obvious will befall them anyway.

Do your studies at home. In time of exams go and give it that too by pvt. vehicle.

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InvestPotato wrote:

Very sad to here that, your college is having doctors and patients at the same time or they are doing practicals on 1st year students.

No offense, I do not support this.

My college and hospital are attached. Also, my college is the only CoViD centre in the whole city so there’s just so many patients. I didn’t want to come to the college too, but they threatened us with attendance if we didn’t come.
Also, my batchmates were experiencing CoViD exclusive symptoms such as loss of taste and smell but their reports were negative  even when tested 3-4 different times, because government has asked laboratories to not hand out more than 50 positive reports in a city. ( My dad’s friend is CMO in my hometown and he confirmed this, and therefore the sudden decline of cases when India was about to overtake US.)

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