Japan’s education ministry said it would ask schools to proactively get students to remove their masks where they are not necessary. File photo: Reuters
Japan’s education ministry said it would ask schools to proactively get students to remove their masks where they are not necessary. File photo: Reuters
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Japan allows students to talk during school lunch breaks, reversing Covid-19 rules

  • Japan’s education ministry said it would ask schools to proactively get students to remove their masks where they are not necessary
  • Many institutions had enforced a strict silent lunch policy since the start of the pandemic, encouraging less chatting in proximity to avoid spreading the virus

Japan’s education ministry said it would ask schools to proactively get students to remove their masks where they are not necessary. File photo: Reuters
Japan’s education ministry said it would ask schools to proactively get students to remove their masks where they are not necessary. File photo: Reuters
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