Schools in Mexico, Ecuador and Uruguay reopen classrooms in the midst of pandemic

The return to the classroom began in Mexico City after the vaccination of teachers. However, it is a voluntary measure, as some parents are still afraid to send their children to school.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Students in Mexico, Ecuador, and Uruguay began on Monday a gradual return to face-to-face classes in schools after more than a year of virtual education as a consequence of the covid-19 pandemic, in the midst of a certain decrease in contagions and the progress of vaccination processes in these and other parts of America.

The return to the classroom began in Mexico City after the vaccination of teachers. However, it is a voluntary measure, as some parents are still afraid to send their children to school.

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