North Korean children returned to their classrooms in face masks on Wednesday as schools reopened after the new term was delayed for months by coronavirus precautions.
Pyongyang has not confirmed a single case of the deadly disease that swept the world after first emerging in neighboring China, but has imposed strict rules, including closing its borders and putting thousands of its people into isolation.
The new school term was originally scheduled to start in early April but was repeatedly postponed. Some universities and high schools were allowed to resume classes in mid-April.
Uniformed students made their way to their schools on Wednesday morning, all wearing red commemo…
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