Tuesday, August 11, 2020

School In Thailand Uses Plastic Pens To Separate Students During Pandemic

A school in Bangkok, Thailand, is using plastic pens to socially distance children during the coronavirus pandemic.
 Kindergarteners at Wat Khlong Toey School play alone in the individual pens, which are closed on three sides.

The school reopened to 250 students in July after its forced closure in March.

Elsewhere in Thailand, students at Ban Pa Muad School in Chiang Mai are wearing face shields and hats with long plastic bars to help them maintain distance from each other.

Some 3,351 cases of the coronavirus have been confirmed in Thailand.
COVID-19 has killed 58 people nationwide, per data from John Hopkins University.

The country, which has a population of 69 million people, reported no new cases on Monday or Tuesday, according to the Bangkok Post.

The United States, meanwhile, now accounts for more than a quarter of 20 million cases worldwide. Some 5 million people have tested positive for the virus, and more than 160,000 people have died.

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