Vice Director of the Hanoi Department of Education and Training Tran Luu Hoa signed a document on March 18 on the safe, flexible adaptation and effective control of COVID-19 during the organization of personal lessons for students from 7th to 12th grade in the city.
Under the document, relevant agencies and schools were asked to implement measures to control COVID-19 during the face-to-face learning process and deal with infections in a timely manner to ensure utmost safety for students and teachers.
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The Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Education and Training and the city were requested to be regularly updated on the regulations for pandemic prevention and control in schools while they were actively developing their plans to resume face-to-face learning for students from 7th to 12th grade. and submit them to the People’s Committees of districts and townships for approval.
The department instructed the Education-Training departments of districts and townships to advise the People’s Committees on the approval of the plans.
Following the department’s decision on January 25, seventh through twelfth grade students across the city were allowed to return to school from early February. However, students in some high-risk areas had to study online due to the complicated developments of the pandemic.
† Vietnam News Agency