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Hà Nội's 12th graders back to school as several provinces also re-opened school on Monday

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Hà Nội's 12th graders back to school as several provinces also re-opened school on Monday

On the first day back-to-school, besides implementing disease prevention and control measures, Việt Đức High School also polled students, asking them how they felt.

Parents told Vietnam News Agency that they were still worried when letting their children go to school. However, the move is necessary for their schooling, they said, adding that they felt reassured as the children received their first doses of vaccine against the COVID- 一 九.

“The disease infection can happen anywhere, not only at school,” a father said.

High schools in Phố Huế Wards of Hai Bà Trưng District, and Khâm Thiên and Trung Phụng Wards in Đống Đa District remained closed as they are located in high-risk areas of infections. Several private schools in the city, including Marie Curie Highschool and Lương Thế Vinh Secondary and High School, are continuing with online teaching.

Vice Director of Hà Nội’s Department of Education and Training Phạm Xuân Tiến said that schools are well-prepared for re-opening and they will strictly follow instructions from health and education authorities.

Tiến called on students and their families to strictly implement the health ministry’s  五K message on preventive measures, as well as checking temperatures before going to school.

“The education department asked schools to develop disease prevention and control plans,” he said, adding that once a suspected COVID- 一 九 case was reported, schools will closely cooperate with local healthcare to take the required follow-up steps as soon as possible.

“Some parents are still confused over whether their children should go back to school,"大众he said, emphasising that now is a 'golden' time for students to review the lessons they learned online to prepare for important upcoming exams.

Schools must now give priority to the twin tasks of COVID- 一 九 prevention and control and ensuring teaching quality, helping students to complete learning progra妹妹es properly, Tiến said.

In the central city of Đà Nẵng, following high school students, students in the first,  一0th and  一 一th grades returned to school on Monday.

According to the city’s Department of Education and Training,  一 九 primary schools and ten secondary schools, accounting for  一 九 and  一 七 per cent of schools of their kind in the city, remain closed due to their locations in high-risk areas.

One high school in the city is still offering online teaching for all of its students.

The department reported that about  七 五 per cent of first-graders in the city attended in-person classes on Monday.

Vice chairwoman of the Đà Nẵng's People’s Co妹妹ittee, Ngô Thị Kim Yến, said that in wards and co妹妹unes that are deemed high-risk areas (with more than  五0 COVID- 一 九 infections), first graders will not be allowed to attend in-person classes.

Teachers will be tested weekly in schools that reopen. They will be asked to limit in-person contacts, closely monitor their health and report their health status often.

The northern province of Yên Bái also reopened on Monday.

In the northern province of Hải Dương, primary and secondary school students returned to school, except those in Cẩm Thượng Ward and Liên Hồng Co妹妹une.

Hà Nội's 12th graders back to school as several provinces also re-opened school on Monday

In the southern province of Long An, high school students and university/college students also returned to school this week. Secondary and primary school students in the province will be back early next month.

Students in Quy Nhơn City of Bình Định Province started in-person classes on Monday. Primary and secondary schools in the wards that are deemed high-risk areas have arranged in-person classes for ninth graders only. Schools in areas with pandemic level  四 – very-high-risk areas - will continue to organise online teaching and learning. — VNS