Over 250,000 students learning on 2nd day of school in Yangon Region

Of 384,268 student enrolments in Yangon Region, a total of 256,818 students attended basic education schools, monastic education schools and private schools, on 2 June, according to the Region Education Department.
The Ministry of Education set the school enrolment date from 24 to 31 May, and schools reopened on 1 June nationwide. Schools are prepared following the 33 COVID-19 guidelines set by the Ministry of Health and Sports, making students 6 feet apart from one another in the classroom.
Despite the entire preparation to reopen the schools, parents are still considering sending their kids to school.
“I didn’t send my child to school because I was worried yesterday due to the rumour on Facebook. But when I sent my child today, the school looks normal, and officials are waiting at school,” said a student’s parent living in South Okkalapa Township.
Including four practising high schools of the University of Education, 17 2758 basic education schools, 230 monastic education schools and 273 private schools are opening currently in Yangon Region.—MNA

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