Hanoi schools reopen to ninth graders across 17 suburban districts

20:58 22/11/2021

Ninth grade students in 17 districts on the outskirts of Hanoi were granted permission to return to school from November 22 following many months of studying online as part of the COVID-19 fight.

A total of 17 suburban districts permit ninth grade students to return for in-person learning after six months of shutdowns.

A total of 17 suburban districts permit ninth grade students to return for in-person learning after six months of shutdowns.

Green zones located in 17 suburban districts open secondary schools for ninth grade students only. However, those in other grades have to continue learning online whilst kindergartens will remain closed.

Green zones located in 17 suburban districts open secondary schools for ninth grade students only. However, those in other grades have to continue learning online whilst kindergartens will remain closed.

Ha Bang Secondary School in Thach That district prepares to welcome the return of sixth and ninth graders two weeks ago, although the plan changes due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, with only ninth graders now allowed to return to school.

Ha Bang Secondary School in Thach That district prepares to welcome the return of sixth and ninth graders two weeks ago, although the plan changes due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, with only ninth graders now allowed to return to school.

The school welcomes back a total of 157 ninth graders on November 22.

The school welcomes back a total of 157 ninth graders on November 22.

The entire school is thoroughly cleaned before the return of students.

The entire school is thoroughly cleaned before the return of students.

All students must have their body temperatures measured.

All students must have their body temperatures measured.

It is vitally important to wash hands before entering classrooms in order to prevent the potential spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

It is vitally important to wash hands before entering classrooms in order to prevent the potential spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nguyen Van Xuan, principal of Ha Bang Secondary School, urges each student to maintain a safe distance from each other and follow the Health Ministry’s 5K message for COVID-19 combat.

Nguyen Van Xuan, principal of Ha Bang Secondary School, urges each student to maintain a safe distance from each other and follow the Health Ministry’s 5K message for COVID-19 combat.

Students head back to Dong Du Secondary School in Gia Lam district from the early morning.

Students head back to Dong Du Secondary School in Gia Lam district from the early morning.

Both teachers and students follow all necessary COVID-19 control measures as the pandemic continues to develop in a complicated manner.

Both teachers and students follow all necessary COVID-19 control measures as the pandemic continues to develop in a complicated manner.

Students at Binh Phu Secondary School in Thach That district are eager to return to school from 6 a.m. on November 22.

Students at Binh Phu Secondary School in Thach That district are eager to return to school from 6 a.m. on November 22.

Students have their body temperature checked and thoroughly disinfect their hands at the school’s gate.

Students have their body temperature checked and thoroughly disinfect their hands at the school’s gate.

Students can’t hide their joy at going back to in-person learning after six months of shutdowns.

Students can’t hide their joy at going back to in-person learning after six months of shutdowns.
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