Schools across Vietnam opened on Monday after they were closed for over three months to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The authorities, however, have made it clear that students would t wear masks to minimize the risk of outbreaks.
Authorities said that it was important to apply the preventive measures and accordingly they have placed hand sanitizers.
“The students will be scanned for the temperature at the school gates,” authorities informed.
The Vietnamese government decided to reopen the schools after the country has not reported any new case for almost three weeks.
The country so far has reported 271 confirmed COVID-19 cases.
The Vietnamese government declared the closure of all educational institutions at the beginning of February when the first infections of COVID-19 were reported in the country.
All teaching activities were moved online.
The country last month imposed travel restrictions and closed businesses for three weeks as well to prevent the spread of coronavirus.