The temperature of a grade 7 pupil is taken as he returns to the Meldene Primary School in Johannesburg Monday, June 8, 2020…

School children in South Africa are returning to class amid the COVID-19 outbreak that has closed schools for several weeks.  

The first group of students, 7th and 12th graders, returned to class Monday as part of a gradual loosening of coronavirus restrictions. 

The restart of the school year was delayed after the teacher’s union attempted to create a work stoppage, telling teachers the school system was not equipped with sufficient masks and gloves. 

The parent of one 7th grader, speaking to a reporter said, “How can we be safe when teachers…

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