Schools reopened in South Korea as coronavirus fears subsides

As the coornavirus fear subsided in South Korea, the schools reopened on Wednesday after a delay of two months. Students lined up for temperature checks and were given sanitisers to wash their hands as they entered school premises. South Korea endured one of the worst early outbreaks of the virus — at one point the second-worst hit nation. 

Inside the school buildings, students are asked to wipe their desks and sit apart according to social distancing guidelines. While final-year students are required to come to school every day, younger pupils will shift between online and offline classes to ensure school buildings are not overcrowded.

Source: Geo