Denmark Reopens Schools After a Month of Closures

Denmark reopened its kindergarten and elementary schools on Wednesday after it closed all schools on March 12, according to the BBC.

The only students that went back to class are kids that are eleven years old or younger, the BBC reported. In Denmark, kids are only required to go to school between the ages of 5 and 16.

Denmark has established certain conditions for students when they returned. For instance, children are not allowed to bring toys from home, and they must have washed their hands before coming to school, the local.dk reported.

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