In pics: Students attend classes in Bangladesh as schools reopen after 18 months

The Bangladesh government reopened schools and colleges in the country from September 12 after 18 months. All educational institutions remained

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All educational institutions remained closed since March 2020 due to the surge in the number of coronavirus cases in the country. In this photo, students os Rajuk Uttara Model College, Dhaka can be seen attending an offline class. (AFP)

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An official checks the body temperature of a student upon his arrival at the Rajuk Uttara Model College in Dhaka on September 12, as Bangladesh schools reopened after 18 months in one of the world's longest shutdowns due to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. (AFP)

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Students finally return to school in Bangladesh after a gap of one and a half year. (AFP)

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A rose and a hand sanitizer bottle are placed next to a student attending a class at the Udayan Uchcha Madhyamik Bidyalaya after the government has withdrawn restrictions on educational institutions following a decrease in the number of cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Dhaka, Bangladesh.(REUTERS)

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Students attend a class at the Udayan Uchcha Madhyamik Bidyalaya after the government has withdrawn restrictions on educational institutions in Bangladesh.(REUTERS)

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Teachers welcome students with roses at the Udayan Uchcha Madhyamik Bidyalaya as schools reopen after 18 months in Bangladesh.(REUTERS)

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