South Korea Closes Schools Again Amid Covid-19 Surge


Following a surge in Coronavirus pandemic, South Korea has closed down its schools again as the country has planend to return to remote learning. The Minister of Education Yoo Eun-hae said that at least 193 students and teachers were found infected over the past two weeks in the Seoul metropolitan region.

Thus, plans have been made that most children at kindergarten, elementary, middle and high schools will receive online classes at least until Sept. 11 and high-school seniors will continue to go to school so their studies are not disrupted ahead of the crucial national college exams in South Korea.

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