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Monastic institute in Thailand continues operation amid new Covid-19 wave

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Bangkok, Jan 6 (EFE/EPA).- Whilst schools in Thailand have been ordered to close as part of the current COVID-19 control measures, some monastic schools are allowed to continue teaching their resident monks and novices under strict health guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Hundreds of monks and novices residing in Wat Molilokayaram, equipped with personal protective masks and sanitizer, have remained in Bangkok during the new year, and as stricter measures have been imposed in interprovincial travel, they continue their studies until the new wave of infections allows for easier traveling. (Camera: DIEGO AZUBEL).SHOT LIST: THAI BUDDHIST NOVICE MONKS WEARING PROTECTIVE FACE MASKS ATTEND A LESSON AT WAT MOLILOKAYARAM MONASTIC EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE IN BANGKOK, THAILAND.

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