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Phnom Penh Suspends Classes in Five High Schools

Phnom Penh: Just a day after Phnom Penh started to open schools across the capital, the Department of Education, Youth and Sports has announced to suspend the classes of five high schools for two weeks. This was after the discovery of people in contact with Covid-19 positive patients.

The schools that were ordered to suspend physical classes are:

1. Hun Sen Ponhea Pun High School (Grade 9B)
2. Boeung Prey High School (Grade 12AI, 9CI, 9DI)
3. Boeung Thom High School (Grade 7A2)
4. Wat Phnom High School (9H2, 9D2, 9B2, 9B1, 9B2, 12C2, 12C1, 12B2, 12H2)
5. Wat Koh High School (Grade 7F)

The rest of the schools in Phnom Penh are advised to restrict the movements of students and teachers. Communications from different grade levels are also discouraged including the meetings outside the campus.


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