- Pictures show students studying behind see-through desk partitions at No. 23 Middle School in Wuhan
- Youngsters must bring their folding screens with them when they go for lunch in designated canteens
- Senior students in 121 schools were back on campus for the first time since the city went into lockdown
- Other preventative measures include thermal scanners at school gates and compulsory COVID-19 tests
More than 50,000 students in the Chinese city of Wuhan have returned to school more than three months after the provincial capital went into lockdown in the wake of the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Youngsters in the former epicentre of the pandemic filed back to class on Wednesday, wearing masks and walking in single file past thermal scanners.
School authorities have taken a series of preventative measures to stop the spread of the contagion, including giving out face masks and putting up plastic partitions on desks to shield pupils from other people’s saliva.
More than 50,000 students in the Chinese city of Wuhan have returned to school as officials ease coronavirus restrictions. The picture shows teenagers at a high school studying behind plastic partitions on their desks in a classroom on Wednesday
These folding, see-through screens are designed to shield students from other people’s saliva when they talk or eat. Senior students in 121 schools were back in front of chalkboards and digital displays for the first time since the city was locked down
School authorities have taken a series of preventative measures to stop the spread of the contagion, including giving out free face masks. Pictured, a female student puts a face mask into a recycle back after using the protective device in a classroom
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