Students return to schools in Yangon Region

Students are now happily back in school in Yangon Region as the COVID-19 cases across the country significantly dropped. All the schools were reopened on 1 November, in line with the health protocols for COVID-19 issued by the Ministry of Health.
The handwash basins are installed in front of the class and at the exit of the school. All the students and the teachers are mandatory to strictly adhere to the health guidelines, including measuring body temperatures, handwashing and maintaining six-feet social distancing.

There are a total of 2,758 basic education schools, 244 private schools and 230 monastic schools, totalling 3,232 schools in Yangon Region during the 2021-2022 academic year. — Ko Ko Zaw/GNLM

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