HCM City Students To Continue Online Education After Tet Due To COVID-19 Concerns | Society



A student studies online (Photo: VNA)

City HCM (AVN) – Students in Ho Chi Minh City will continue their study sessions online instead of going to school after the Tet (Lunar New Year) holidays, in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19[female[feminine, according to an official dispatch of the municipal people’s committee of February 14.

As a result, local students are encouraged to stay home and study online from the end of the vacation until February 28.

Although the COVID-19 outbreaks in the southern largest economic center have been largely contained, many people will return to the city to study and work after the Tet festival, local officials said, adding that the move is aimed at ensure the health and safety of the public. prevent the spread of the pandemic.

Educational establishments are also responsible for deploying COVID-19 preventive measures and avoiding mass gatherings.

Students in the city were previously scheduled to start studying online from February 2. Their Tet holidays last from February 8 to 16.

The city has more than 1.7 students studying in more than 2,300 schools at all levels, from kindergarten to high school. There are more than 120 colleges and 270 vocational and continuing education centers./.



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