On May 6th, 57,800 students in Wuhan back to class, wearing masks and walking in single file past thermal scanners. Students enter the school through infrared temperature measuring channels.
About 7 o’clock, the reporter saw at the gate of Wuchang Experimental Middle School in Hubei Province that senior three students from 12 classes in the school entered the campus one after another in batches and at different times.
There are two student passages at the school gate. The students keep an interval of more than one meter and pass through the infrared temperature measuring area and the body temperature precise measuring area in turn.
In front of the entrance of the teaching building, there is a drain tap, and the teacher reminded each student to wash their hands on duty. There are also forehead temperature guns and disinfectant at the door of the classroom.
Wuhan No.2 Middle School divided the original teaching classes into A and B classes with no more than 30 students.
Many schools have changed the dining system. Boxed meals are delivered to the door of the classroom, and students take food in turn. To avoid crowd gathering, some schools arrange part of students to eat in the classroom and some to eat on tables and chairs outside the classroom.
On February 1st, high schools in Wuhan organized the first on-line teaching for high school graduates.
Chen, one of the high school graduating students, said, “In the past few months, I have been studying online at home. I searched a lot of information on the internet, but the learning efficiency was lower than study at school. Back to school, making me feel excited and I hope I can go to an ideal university as soon as possible.
Li Tao, Deputy Secretary-General of the Wuhan Municipal Government said that the first 121 schools would resume their studies on May 6th. All the schools had carried out hygiene and preventive disinfection work. Teachers and staff should undergo health examination, and all students also need to take health examination and monitoring before returning to school.