Wuhan & S. Korea Life in the city where the coronavirus-outbreak was first reported of Wuhan in China’s Hubei Province is returning to normal. The students have started going to class on Wednesday. On the other hand, South Korea has returned to normal life with the return of workers to work.
According to an AFP report, students in Wuhan’s schools still have to pass through thermal scanners wearing face masks and enter schools in rows. Meter distance has been kept at the seating area. Teachers are also taking classes according to social distance. The school is open only to older students. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
Wuhan officials said students and staff must be tested for the virus before returning to school, and campuses have been sterilized and cleaned. In preparation for the reopening of the school, local schools have widened the gap between the students’ desks.
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The Corona epidemic originated in this city. Later it spread all over the world. Schools opened in other cities in China last month.
On the other hand, South Korea has returned to normal life with the return of workers to work. Museums and libraries have been opened keeping the social distance. Today, about 100 visitors visited the museum, AFP reported. First came a couple. They are greeted with a bouquet of flowers.
Museum authorities said many of their colleagues returned to work today. They are excited, happy, by opening the museum.