Students in Final Year of High School in Shanxi Resume Class

March 27, 2020
Editor: Ling Xiao

CHINA-SHANXI-JINGLE-CLASS RESUMPTION (CN)

Li Yanyun (1st, L), a student of the No.1 high school of Jingle County, chats with her classmates at her dormitory in Jingle County, north China's Shanxi Province, March 25, 2020. As the coronavirus outbreak has been subdued, students in the final year of high school in Shanxi Province resumed class on Wednesday. The No.1 high school of Jingle County has taken a series of measures including arranging staggered dining hours at canteen, limiting the number of students at dormitory and classrooms and arranging special school buses, so as to ensure students' health, safety and smooth resumption of school. [Xinhua/Cao Yang] 

 

CHINA-SHANXI-JINGLE-CLASS RESUMPTION (CN)

Students have lunch at the No.1 high school of Jingle County, north China's Shanxi Province, March 25, 2020. As the coronavirus outbreak has been subdued, students in the final year of high school in Shanxi Province resumed class on Wednesday. The No.1 high school of Jingle County has taken a series of measures including arranging staggered dining hours at canteen, limiting the number of students at dormitory and classrooms and arranging special school buses, so as to ensure students' health, safety and smooth resumption of school. [Xinhua/Cao Yang]

 

CHINA-SHANXI-JINGLE-CLASS RESUMPTION (CN)

Students of class 316 take their first class after returning to school at the No.1 high school of Jingle County, north China's Shanxi Province, March 25, 2020. As the coronavirus outbreak has been subdued, students in the final year of high school in Shanxi Province resumed class on Wednesday. The No.1 high school of Jingle County has taken a series of measures including arranging staggered dining hours at canteen, limiting the number of students at dormitory and classrooms and arranging special school buses, so as to ensure students' health, safety and smooth resumption of school. [Xinhua/Cao Yang]

 

CHINA-SHANXI-JINGLE-CLASS RESUMPTION (CN)

Li Yanyun, a student of the No.1 high school of Jingle County, has an online class via cellphone at home in Jingle County, north China's Shanxi Province, March 23, 2020. As the coronavirus outbreak has been subdued, students in the final year of high school in Shanxi Province resumed class on Wednesday. The No.1 high school of Jingle County has taken a series of measures including arranging staggered dining hours at canteen, limiting the number of students at dormitory and classrooms and arranging special school buses, so as to ensure students' health, safety and smooth resumption of school. [Xinhua/Cao Yang]

 

CHINA-SHANXI-JINGLE-CLASS RESUMPTION (CN)

Li Yanyun, a student of the No.1 high school of Jingle County, recites at home at dawn in Jingle County, north China's Shanxi Province, March 25, 2020. As the coronavirus outbreak has been subdued, students in the final year of high school in Shanxi Province resumed class on Wednesday. The No.1 high school of Jingle County has taken a series of measures including arranging staggered dining hours at canteen, limiting the number of students at dormitory and classrooms and arranging special school buses, so as to ensure students' health, safety and smooth resumption of school. [Xinhua/Cao Yang]

 

CHINA-SHANXI-JINGLE-CLASS RESUMPTION (CN)

Li Yanyun (2nd, R), a student of the No.1 high school of Jingle County, takes her first class after returning to school in Jingle County, north China's Shanxi Province, March 25, 2020. As the coronavirus outbreak has been subdued, students in the final year of high school in Shanxi Province resumed class on Wednesday. The No.1 high school of Jingle County has taken a series of measures including arranging staggered dining hours at canteen, limiting the number of students at dormitory and classrooms and arranging special school buses, so as to ensure students' health, safety and smooth resumption of school. [Xinhua/Cao Yang]

 
(Source: Xinhua)

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