Resumption: See How Social Distancing Is Done Among Nursery School Kids In France (Photos)

Some footage has emerged on the internet which shows how French kids in nursery schools are observing social distancing as their school resumes amid the wide spread of coronavirus in the country.

How Social Distancing Is Done Among Nursery School Kids In France

A heart-breaking photograph of nursery school children forced to play in ‘isolation sections’ in French schools has caused shock and outrage.

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The photo, taken in a school in Tourcoing on the border with Belgium, shows boys and girls forced to stay away from each other inside areas marked out with chalk.

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How Social Distancing Is Done Among Nursery School Kids In France
Children were also shown lining up by sitting or standing on crosses spray-painted on the floor in order to stop them getting too close to one-another.

It comes after three and four-year-olds were allowed to return to classes following two months of lockdown after the French government eased restrictions this week.

How Social Distancing Is Done Among Nursery School Kids In France
Classrooms also included floor markings with desks spaced out to keep children a safe distance apart from one-another.