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New semester begins in Japanese schools

02.09.2021 107 просмотров

In most public elementary, junior high and high schools in Japan, the second semester began on Wednesday with the introduction of measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.


At Higashi-Sakura Elementary School in Aichi Prefecture in central Japan, one by one, students wearing protective masks entered the school gates to greet the teachers. The prefecture is under a state of emergency declared by the Japanese government.


The headmaster spoke to the students as part of the ceremony on the occasion of the beginning of the semester from his office online. About 340 students listened to the talk in their classrooms.


In the classrooms, schoolchildren were seated further than usual from each other and windows were opened for ventilation.

One of the sixth graders said that he would try not to get too close to his classmates to avoid contracting the coronavirus, but he still hoped to get along well with them.

 

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