Sharp Covid spike forces Bangkok school to return to online learning


A school in Bangkok decided to go back to online learning after more than 700 students and school staff got infected with Covid-19.

Waraporn Subsomboon, principal and deputy director of academic affairs of Bangkok Christian College, issued a statement on Wednesday.

According to the statement, students will return to online learning due to a sharp increase in Covid-19 infections. The five-day closure of classes, she said, is a move to contain new infections.

Students will study online on July 11-12 as well as on July 18-19, with public holidays from July 13 to 17, the statement said.

Online learning resumes on July 20.

Bangkok Christian College is a reputable private school for boys in Silom district, Bangkok.

Photo: Bangkok Christian College Fb page

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