Schools, universities and colleges in some provinces and regions of China will reopen soon as the numbers of new daily COVID-19 confirmed cases have dropped in the country over the past few weeks.
After months of the battle against the novel coronavirus, schools in some provinces and cities of China are welcoming their students back.
Over 17 provinces and regions across the country have announced dates and arrangements for starting the new semester, most of which put graduating middle and high school students at priority.
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Sichuan announced that students in the final year of senior high school will go back to school on April 1, while junior schools can resume classes for graduating students on April 7.
Senior high schools will resume classes for the grade three students on April 7, while other students will return to school until further notice.
Senior and junior high schools will resume classes for graduating students on March 30.
Students in the final year of junior and senior high schools have returned to schools in Yunnan this week, and all primary and high schools across the province will reopen on March 30.
Senior and junior high schools will resume classes for graduating students on April 7. The school opening date for other students is still undecided.
Students in the final year of senior high school go back to school from March 25, while universities and colleges are scheduled to open for graduating students in early April.
Southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region has temporarily scheduled to reopen schools in late March.
Students in the final year of senior high schools will go back to school on March 30. Junior high schools and secondary vocational schools will resume classes for graduating students on April 7.
Primary schools and special schools will reopen from March 25 to 31 in principle.
The Grade three classes at senior high and junior high schools in Hainan province are expected to start the new semester on April 7.
Students in the final year of senior high schools will go back to school on April 7, and those of junior high schools will go to school on April 13. The opening date for the rest students is still undecided but they will not return before April 20.
In east China’s Jiangsu, junior and senior high schools will resume classes for graduating students next week, while others and pupils will begin their semester on April 7.
Students in the final year of junior and senior high schools will go back to school on April 7, while other students continue to take online classes.
Over 150,000 students in their final year of senior and junior schools in Ningxia returned to school this week.
Senior and junior high schools in Guizhou province officially reopened on March 16.
In Xinjiang, over four million students went to classrooms in 5,004 elementary, high and vocational schools in an orderly manner this week.
Other provinces where the risk of virus transmission is low will follow suit soon.
In some major cities like Beijing and Shanghai, which are at greater risk from imported cases of infection, it is still not known yet when the schools will reopen, and students will continue e-learning at home.
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SOURCE | 共青团中央 / Xinhua / CGTN