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A secondary school in Bangkok is bringing back online learning after a big Covid-19 outbreak. The Triam Udom Suksa Phattanakan School, which teaches grades 7-12, has had as many as 910 students test positive for the virus. The school, located in Bangkok’s central district of Suan Luang, plans to shut down to be cleaned on Friday, July 22. The online learning will begin on July 25, and last until August 8. When the students come back to school, they’ll have to follow disease control measures from the Public Health Ministry. This includes wearing face masks in classrooms where social distancing […]

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