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Schools reopen in Kenya after Covid-19 disruption

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Schools reopen in Kenya after a nine-month disruption caused by the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. Hand sanitisation stations are in place and staff check the temperature of students before they are allowed into school. Many parents are happy to see their children back in school as it gives them more freedom to work, though they also have concerns about the potential for the virus to spread among students.

Added on the 04/01/2021 23:34:06 - Copyright : AFP EN

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