WUHAN — Nearly 1.4 million students in kindergartens, primary and high schools in Wuhan, the city hit hardest by the COVID-19 epidemic in China, will start on-site schooling for the autumn semester on Tuesday with regular disease control measures and emergency response plans in place, local authorities said on Friday.
The full resumption of normal teaching in Wuhan, Hubei province, will involve 2,842 institutions, including 63 newly constructed schools, said Wang Chifu, deputy head of the Wuhan education bureau.
Health conditions of students and teachers will be closely monitored and recorded. Those from regions at medium or high-risk should present a negative nucleic acid te…
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