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Schools in Sri Lanka reopen for secondary level students after nearly four months under lockdown


Colombo, Jul 6 (EFE/EPA).- Schools across Sri Lanka reopened on Monday for secondary level students after nearly four months lockdown.Students and teachers will have to observe government-imposed guidelines such as social distancing and the use of face masks in order to prevent the spread of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus which causes the COVID-19 disease. (Camera: CHAMILA KARUNARATHNE). SHOT LIST: STUDENTS WEARING PROTECTIVE FACE MASKS ATTEND SCHOOL ON THE FIRST DAY OF REOPENING, AT THE LUMBINI COLLEGE IN COLOMBO, SRI LANKA.

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