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Children in China go back to school after three months at home

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Pupils across China have gone back to school after spending more than three months at home as the country continues to ease coronavirus restrictions.

Tens of thousands of students in their final year of middle and high schools in Shanghai and Guangzhou returned to the campus on Monday while graduating students in high schools in Beijing also resumed classroom study today. 

The news comes as Wuhan, where the global coronavirus pandemic began in December, yesterday discharged its last COVID-19 patient, health officials said.

Tens of thousands of graduating students in China have returned to the campus after spending three months at home due to coronavirus. Pictured, students wearing face masks line up to have their temperature checked at the entrance of a middle school in Shanghai on April 27

The news comes as the city of Wuhan, where the global coronavirus pandemic began in December, yesterday discharged its last COVID-19 patient, health officials said. Pictured, students wearing face masks have a class at a middle school in Shanghai on April 27

Students in Beijing must have their temperatures checked at school gates and show ‚green‘ health codes on an app that calculates a person’s infection risk before being allowed in. Pictured, an official in a hazmat suit greets students returning to classes in Beijing

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All schools and universities must impose strict preventative measures to stop the disease from spreading, including giving out free face masks, disinfecting the campus and setting up quarantine areas.

The government of Guangzhou, which has a population of around 15million, had given each of the 208,000 returning students a nucleic acid test before allowing them to step into the school, reported People’s Daily. 

The test detects if the person currently has the novel coronavirus. 

‚I’m glad, it’s been too long since I’ve seen my classmates,‘ 18-year-old Hang Huan said in Shanghai. ‚I’ve missed them a lot.‘

All schools in Shanghai, the Chinese commercial hub with 24million people, must adopt new tough rules to prevent a second wave, according to education officials. Pictured, students wearing face masks line up to enter a gymnasium at a middle school in Shanghai on April 27

School authorities in Shanghai must provide each student and teacher with one face mask every day and disinfect the canteen, dormitories, classrooms, washbasins and bathrooms daily. Pictured, students wearing face masks sit in a classroom in Shanghai on April 27

Schools in Shanghai must also install screening facilities featuring ultra red thermometers at the gate to monitor students‘ temperatures when there are more than 100 people on campus

All schools in Shanghai, the Chinese commercial hub with 24million people, must adopt new tough rules to prevent a second wave, according to Lu Jing, an official from the Shanghai Municipal Education Commission.

School authorities must provide each student and teacher with one face mask every day and disinfect the canteen, dormitories, classrooms, washbasins and bathrooms daily.

Schools must also install screening facilities featuring ultra red thermometers at the gate to monitor students‘ temperatures when there are more than 100 people on campus, Lu added. 

Students in Beijing, which has a population of more than 21million, must have their temperatures checked at school gates and show ‚green‘ health codes on an app that calculates a person’s infection risk, according to the education ministry.

Nearly 50,000 students who are in their last year of high school resumed their campus life on Monday in 254 schools in the capital city, People’s Daily said. 

Nearly 50,000 students who are in their last year of high school resumed their campus life today in 254 schools in Beijing, the Chinese capital city, state newspaper People’s Daily said. Pictured, students wearing face masks arrive at the Huayu Middle School in Shanghai today

Schools have re-opened in 30 provinces, autonomous region and cities in China after the crisis

Virus numbers in China have dwindled as the country begins to cautiously lift control measures, although fears remain of a potential resurgence and cases imported from abroad 

Schools have re-opened in 30 provinces, autonomous region and cities in China.

More than one million students in 1,127 schools and universities in north-western Qinghai province had already restarted their lessons by April 24.

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