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  • Students In Seoul Metro Area Return To School Amid Signs Of Coronavirus Slowdown

Students at Yongsan High School in Seoul prepare for the start of class on Sept. 21, 2020.
Students at Yongsan High School in Seoul prepare for the start of class on Sept. 21, 2020.
Students in Seoul and its surrounding areas returned to school for in-person classes on Monday amid signs of slowdown in new COVID-19 cases and mounting worries over the widening learning gap as the pandemic continues.

Schools will offer a mix of remote and in-person learning until October 11, after which the education ministry will decide whether to allow full-fledged reopening.

Schools around the nation are currently required to run with anti-virus limits, including capping attendance at one-third in elementary and middle schools and two-thirds in high schools, to guarantee social distancing.

High school seniors, who have been excluded from the government's school reopening measures, have also switched to a combination of offline and online instruction as they kick their university entrance exam preparations into high gear.

The annual College Scholastic Ability Test is slated for December 3.

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