After one week, preschools and primary schoolers in Ho Chi Minh City come back to schools for direct learning, the number of Covid-19 students tends to increase. Although the health sector has had guidelines on treating students with Covid-19, schools are still confused about handling the cases.
On February 7, nearly 600,000 students of grades 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 in Ho Chi Minh City returned to schools to study directly after the 2022 Lunar New Year holidays while their peers in the Mekong Delta also started in-person classes.
To assess the level of recovery, and at the same time detect diseases to promptly prevent the post-Covid-19 sequelae, the Ho Chi Minh City Oriental Medicine Association cooperated with Sai Gon Giai Phong Newspaper and related units to organize a program to jointly take care of people's health after Covid-19.
Schools in Ho Chi Minh City will formulate a flexible plan to reopen schools as students will come back to schools from December 13. Currently, schools are completing plans to prevent the Covid-19 epidemic when students return to schools. In particular, students' and teachers’ safety is a top priority.
After authorities in Ho Chi Minh City allowed restaurants to resume dine-in service on October 28, these establishments are operating at about half of their capacity on these days facing a massive staffing shortage as laborers returned to their hometowns.
Kindergartens, primary schools and high schools across the capital city of Hanoi welcomed back preschoolers as well as 12th graders this morning after a prolonged school break due to Covid-19 pandemic following directives of the People’s Committee of Hanoi.
Low-risk cities and provinces for the novel coronavirus disease (Covid-19) can reopen schools only for ninth graders and twelve graders, said that Ministry of Education and Training at an online conference with departments countrywide yesterday.