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In Phnom Penh, around 200 schools, largely private, have reopened their doors to pupils.


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On September 15, students flocked to private and state schools in Phnom Penh as they reopened their doors. After the Ministry of Education approved the reopening of educational institutions, more than 200 schools resumed in-person classes.


In Phnom Penh, a total of 227 public and private schools from secondary to high school levels have opened their doors. Public educational institutions account for 68 of the total, while private educational institutions account for 159. Khoung Sreng, the Governor of Phnom Penh Municipality, acknowledged this.

 

A total of 139,578 pupils, as well as 10,443 teachers and faculty members, have enrolled in schools. Covid-19 vaccination is required for all students and teachers. Only vaccinated pupils and teachers are permitted to return to school, according to the Governor.

 

The high immunization rate among instructors and youngsters aged 12 to 18 years old enabled the resumption of schools.

 

Assessments are required before kindergarten and primary level schools can reopen. Only schools in low-risk locations are allowed to reopen, according to the Ministry of Education.

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