For the first time in two months, Millions of children have stepped back into their schools in England on Monday.
As part of the lockdown plan to slow the spread of COVID-19, this now ends a second extended stretch of home learning which was enforced.
This development is also part of first move of the United Kingdom government’s four-stage plan to ease the national lockdown, which officials aim to lift entirely by late June.
Despite the health concerns which has been put into consideration by government, the reopening of schools comes as a relief to parents who have spent months juggling work and full-time childcare,
Although, this has not taken away the fact that the coronavirus has continued to infect people.
Considering COVID-9 precautions, thousands of care home residents in England were allowed to see visitors inside.
Since the announcement about children returning to school was made, Primary school pupils aged four to 11 are to return with new rules.
They are not able to socialise with children outside a strictly defined “bubble”, there are staggered
Henceforth, arrivals and departures are staggered, while hand-washing must not be compromised, but frequent.