The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) announced on Thursday the cancelation of classes on Monday (May 23), a day after the Bangkok governor and council elections.
According to Kriangkrai Jongcharoen, director of BMA’s Education Department, the school cancelation is a way to help prevent students from the risk of getting infected with Covid-19, adding that facilities from many schools will be used as polling stations on May 22.
Schools will cancel classes on the following day for officials to disinfect the premises and school equipment before classes resume on May 24, The Nation reported.
The BMA schools have been told to provide compensation classes later at their convenience.
Source: The Nation
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