Schools reopen in Uganda after nearly-two-year COVID closure

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Uganda has ended the world’s longest school closure, ordering millions of students back to the classroom after a gap of nearly two years.
Some 15 million pupils have not attended school in Uganda since March 2020 when classrooms were shuttered as COVID-19 swept the world.
Education Minister John Muyingo said all students would automatically resume classes a year above where they left off.

Al Jazeera’s Victoria Gatenby reports.

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Uganda
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John Muyingo, Uganda, Uganda Education Minister
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