All kindergartens and schools in South Korea are resuming in-person classes, as the nation sees the spread of new COVID-19 cases slowing down.
Under the eased social distancing guidelines, students from kindergartens and elementary, middle and high schools in Seoul and its surrounding Gyeonggi Province will return to their classrooms.
However, to ensure social distancing guidelines are maintained only one third of students can attend kindergartens, elementary and middle schools, while two thirds of high school students will be allowed.
The government’s move will be enforced until October 11th, when numbers will again be adjusted.
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