Schools in HCM City disinfected to welcome students from December 13

22:31 02/12/2021

A large number of schools throughout Ho Chi Minh City are in the process of preparing to reopen school from December 13 following months of closure and online learning due to the damaging impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Students in the first, ninth, and 12th grades will duly return to classes from December 13. Ho Chi Minh City’s authorities request that all schools disinfect classrooms and learning equipment in a bid to ensure the safety of both teachers and students during the country’s ongoing COVID-19 fight.

Students in the first, ninth, and 12th grades will duly return to classes from December 13. Ho Chi Minh City’s authorities request that all schools disinfect classrooms and learning equipment in a bid to ensure the safety of both teachers and students during the country’s ongoing COVID-19 fight.

Spraying disinfectant at Nguyen Du high school in District 10

Spraying disinfectant at Nguyen Du high school in District 10

The disinfection process is conducted thoroughly in each school.

The disinfection process is conducted thoroughly in each school.

Approximately 1,500 students in the 12th grade will return to Nguyen Du high school from December 13. The school makes plans to resume face-to-face lessons while continuing to implement COVID-19 prevention and control measures.

Approximately 1,500 students in the 12th grade will return to Nguyen Du high school from December 13. The school makes plans to resume face-to-face lessons while continuing to implement COVID-19 prevention and control measures.

Each class consists of 30 students to maintain a safe distance during COVID-19 fight.

Each class consists of 30 students to maintain a safe distance during COVID-19 fight.

All medical equipment is carefully checked and kept hygienic to ensure it is ready to cope with any circumstance during the pandemic.

All medical equipment is carefully checked and kept hygienic to ensure it is ready to cope with any circumstance during the pandemic.

Nguyen Du high school had been used as an isolation area for COVID-19 patients in July and August of this year, meaning the disinfection process is rigorously carried out to ensure safety ahead of welcoming back students.

Nguyen Du high school had been used as an isolation area for COVID-19 patients in July and August of this year, meaning the disinfection process is rigorously carried out to ensure safety ahead of welcoming back students.

The majority of schools in Ho Chi Minh City strictly follow COVID-19 prevention and control measures in order to ensure a safe reopening as a top priority.

The majority of schools in Ho Chi Minh City strictly follow COVID-19 prevention and control measures in order to ensure a safe reopening as a top priority.
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