Students head back to school amid tight anti-COVID-19 measures

Update: 10:01 | 03/03/2021
More than 2 million students of all grades throughout Ha Noi officially returned to school on March 2 following an extended Lunar New Year holiday caused by the fresh outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic in late January.
At Nga Tu So Kindergarten in Dong Da district, kids have their body temperatures checked upon arrival, while staff are present to ensure that their hands are thoroughly sanitized before attending class.
At Nga Tu So Kindergarten in Dong Da district, kids have their body temperatures checked upon arrival, while staff are present to ensure that their hands are thoroughly sanitized before attending class.
Students head back to school amid tight anti-COVID-19 measures
Children are instructed to properly wash their hands in order to halt the potential spread of the epidemic.
Students head back to school amid tight anti-COVID-19 measures
Students of Thuy Phuong Secondary School in Bac Tu Liem district are eager to return to school following their period of online learning caused by the resurgence of COVID-19 cases.
Students head back to school amid tight anti-COVID-19 measures
Students line up patiently in order to have their body temperatures measured before they are permitted to enter the school premises.
Students head back to school amid tight anti-COVID-19 measures
They are required to wash their hand carefully with sanitizer.
Students head back to school amid tight anti-COVID-19 measures
Posters are put up throughout An Hung Primary School in Ha Dong district as a means of disseminating information on epidemic preventive measures.
Students head back to school amid tight anti-COVID-19 measures
Similarly, pupils at Phuong Liet Primary School have their body temperatures checked when passing through the school gate.
Students head back to school amid tight anti-COVID-19 measures
At Viet - Duc (Vietnam - Germany) High School in Hoan Kiem district, all students don face masks when attending classes.
Students head back to school amid tight anti-COVID-19 measures
The school has been fully sterilised ahead of welcoming back students following the holiday period.
Students head back to school amid tight anti-COVID-19 measures
All classes have been fully equipped with plenty of hand sanitizer and disposable paper cups.
Students head back to school amid tight anti-COVID-19 measures
Several students bring their own personal water bottles to school as part of extra preventive measures.
Students head back to school amid tight anti-COVID-19 measures
Water filters are fully prepared in order to meet the needs of students.
Students head back to school amid tight anti-COVID-19 measures
The Ha Noi Department of Education and Training request that relevant units at district levels prepare safe conditions for students to return to school as the country moves into a “new normal”.
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(Source: VOV)