HCM City high schools reopen after half a year of closure due to COVID-19

Thứ Hai 13/12/2021 22:00

Approximately 150,000 students in the 9th and 12th grades in Ho Chi Minh City returned to school on December 13 after being forced to study online for seven months amid the country’s ongoing COVID-19 fight.

Many students are taken to school on the back of their parents’ motorbikes, while some others choose to cycle instead.

Many students are taken to school on the back of their parents’ motorbikes, while some others choose to cycle instead.

They express their excitement at heading back to school.

They express their excitement at heading back to school.

Upon entering their classroom all students must declare their health status.

Upon entering their classroom all students must declare their health status.

They are also required to undergo body temperature checks and sanitise their hands with antiseptic substances at the school gates.

They are also required to undergo body temperature checks and sanitise their hands with antiseptic substances at the school gates.

All classes start at 7 a.m as usual.

All classes start at 7 a.m as usual.

In each classroom, students maintain social distancing measures and don facemasks.

In each classroom, students maintain social distancing measures and don facemasks.

Students still under COVID-19 quarantine will continue to attend online classes.

Students still under COVID-19 quarantine will continue to attend online classes.

Signboards proclaiming the “5K message” set up at schools remind students about COVID-19 prevention and control measures, though all students and school staff have fully been vaccinated.

Signboards proclaiming the “5K message” set up at schools remind students about COVID-19 prevention and control measures, though all students and school staff have fully been vaccinated.
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