Cambodia prepares to let get kids back to school after months of shutdown

Authorities in Cambodia on Tuesday began preparing to get kids back to schools that will reopen next week with limited-capacity classes after staying shut for months as the country has succeeded in keeping the Covid-19 situation under control with a total of 274 cases and no fatality.

The Cambodian Ministry of Education said in a statement that each classroom would have a maximum of 20 students and measures would be implemented to maintain a safe distance of at least two meters between in the schools scheduled to reopen on Sep.7.

All educational institutes in the East Asian country were closed in mid-March.

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