Students in HCMC, Mekong Delta come back to  schools

Students in HCMC, Mekong Delta come back to schools

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.
HCMC implements post-Covid-19 health care program

HCMC implements post-Covid-19 health care program

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.
Students of Le Hong Phong High School for the Gifted are declaring their health status before entering school. (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC ready to welcome students back to school

Junior and senior high schools in Ho Chi Minh City today are going to finish Covid-19 prevention and control tasks, ready to welcome 7th, 8th, 10th, and 11th graders back to school for in-person learning. This is to observe the decision of HCMC People’s Committee about allowing students from those grades to enjoy offline learning from January 4, 2022.

HCMC prepares plan to welcome students back to city

HCMC prepares plan to welcome students back to city

Director of Ho Chi Minh City Department of Education and Training Nguyen Van Hieu yesterday said that the city allows people to register to pick up children residing in other provinces and cities back to the southern metropolis.

 

Schools in non-pandemic hit areas able to reopen

Schools in non-pandemic hit areas able to reopen

The Ministry of Education and Training yesterday said that provinces and cities which have not recorded any cases of novel coronavirus will be able to reopen schools as long as schools have finished round of sterilization to prevent the spread of coronavirus.