Digital Desk, Seoul. The Ministry of Education announced on Thursday that more and more schools in the Seoul area will resume their full in-person classes and partial e-learning classes from next week, in line with the country’s strict anti-Covid restrictions. Is.
Under its restored e-learning plan, middle and high schools in the greater capital region and densely populated schools outside the region will run at two-thirds of their normal capacity from December 20, Yonhap news agency quoted the ministry as saying. It will be effective till the winter holiday season.
Schools have also been advised not to conduct large individual school activities, including graduation ceremonies, and will be given a three-day grace period to implement the new measures.
The ministry is also recommending universities to resort to e-learning for large classes and strictly enforce social distancing in classes held during the winter vacation period. The change in measures comes after the complete resumption of in-person school classes across the country in line with the Living with Covid-19 plan on November 22.
Withdrawing the plan aimed at bringing the country back to normalcy, the government unveiled plans to retrofit a four-person terrace for private gatherings and 9 p.m. across the country. Curfew on cafes and restaurants will be in effect from Saturday till January 2.
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