Nearly 5.6 million out of 8 million students have reportedly returned back to school following the safety protocol including face masks, social distancing and temperature check.
Overridden by the COVID-19 pandemic, after almost six months of closure, most of the schools in Italy have reopened and students are returning to the classrooms. Whereas, being unable to meet all the requirements, some schools in southern Italy have postponed the reopening.
Nearly 5.6 million out of 8 million students have reportedly returned to school following the safety protocol including face masks, social distancing and temperature check.
One of the first countries to be affected by the contagious coronavirus, Italy has resumed the operation of schools whereas some have reportedly face difficulties during the first day of functioning.
"The first day was OK. But it's tough to talk while wearing a mask," said a 14-year old student to the news agency, AFP.
More than 5,000 extra classrooms have been created to provide extra space for the students, said the Italian Education Minister Lucia Azzolina.
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