Pakistan-India to reopen school for the first time in six months with Corona Virus measures September 15 at 6:53 p.m.
In Pakistan and India, where the spread of the new coronavirus continues, there has been a movement to resume school face-to-face classes for the first time in about six months.
In Pakistan, more than 300,000 people have been infected with the new coronavirus and more than 6,300 have been killed, but since last month, the government has gradually relaxed its out-of-home restrictions and resumed face-to-face classes at universities and junior colleges for the first time in six months.
At a junior college in Islamabad, the capital, students wearing masks were taking classes by disinfecting their hands after receiving a temperature test at the school gate.
In the classroom, the number of students is kept to less than 15, which is half the normal number, and measures are taken, such as allowing students to sit at intervals.
About the resumption of the class, the female student said, “I’m very happy because I missed meeting my friends and teachers. I want to study hard to prevent infection.”
On the other hand, in neighboring India, classes for Japanese high school students are expected to resume for the first time in about six months from the 21st of this month.
However, in India, the number of new infections per day exceeds 80,000, and the spread of rapid infection continues, and for the time being, only students with their parents’ permission are allowed to go to school.
As the spread of infection continues, whether or not to restart schools has become a difficult issue worldwide.