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COVID-19: Would children be safer if schools were closed? Singapore's education minister weighs in | Video

Would children would be safer if schools were closed altogether during the COVID-19 outbreak? In making a case to keep Singapore's schools open, Education Minister Ong Ye Kung quipped to journalists: "If I were in their shoes, I'd probably be the type who would run out". Instead of closing, all schools in the country will conduct 1 day of home-based learning a week starting from April.

COVID-19: Would children be safer if schools were closed? Singapore's education minister weighs in | Video

27 Mar 2020 08:18pm
Would children would be safer if schools were closed altogether during the COVID-19 outbreak? In making a case to keep Singapore's schools open, Education Minister Ong Ye Kung quipped to journalists: "If I were in their shoes, I'd probably be the type who would run out". Instead of closing, all schools in the country will conduct 1 day of home-based learning a week starting from April.

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