Thousands of students have returned to the classrooms in the Chinese cities of Beijing and Shanghai this Monday after months of imprisonment and before a drop in coronavirus cases.
In the two cities that were preparing for a full return to normality after the pandemic’s limitations, the first students to prepare for the class entrance exams were the first to return to university.
China has managed to cope with the corona virus, but is still on alert for fear of a second wave of infections, especially in the northeast of the country, according to the CNA television station.
The city of Wuhan, the epicenter of the pandemic, plans to resume teaching on May 6. In Beijing, however, students have to undergo a temperature control at the entrance to the schools.
According to the Asian giant’s Ministry of Education, several exercises with “wrong students” have already been carried out in the Chinese capital. China has had 83,912 confirmed cases of Covid-19 and 4,637 deaths since the pandemic began.