Schools and colleges in Bangladesh resumed after a month-long closure following Covid-19 rise

In-person classes of secondary schools and colleges across Bangladesh resumed today partially after a month-long closure since January 21 following a sharp rise in Covid-19 transmission.

However, only students with two doses of Covid-19 vaccines are allowed in classrooms while the students who did not receive two doses of Corona jabs will have to attend classes online or through television, reports BSS.

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But the students and the teachers must have to follow the health guidelines strictly to stem the Covid-19 infection, according to the Education Ministry officials.

Besides, different universities across the country also resumed their in-person academic activities today while the physical class will start at primary schools from March 2.

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