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Options & Tips for Visiting an International School During the Pandemic

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In certain countries, schools are closed, and they do not look like they will be opening soon. Some parents looking for schools are more fortunate than others as countries like Thailand have largely contained the outbreak and schools are open and easy to access. If schools are closed and you want to see the campus, there are other options.

Virtual Tours

In some countries, schools have dealt with the pandemic by offering a virtual tour. This is an excellent solution for parents who are in a country that has been severely affected by Covid-19. Fortunately, Thailand is not one of them and schools have not been forced to close. If the situation changes, you should be able to find information on https://basis.ac.th/ or any other leading international schools website.

A virtual tour is a great idea to attract new students and give parents a feel for the campus without having to visit. It is a newfound way to keep everyone safe and protected during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Safety During Regular Visits

If you are lucky enough to live in a country that has managed to control the pandemic, schools should still be open, and parents can attend open days or schedule a tour of the campus. If you are planning a visit, there are certain precautions you must follow.

  • Wear a Mask – When visiting an international school, you must wear a good quality mask to protect others from Covid-19. Wearing a mask also stops you from touching your face and protects other people from the virus. If you are asymptomatic and have no signs of the virus, you can still pass it on to others without knowing.
  • Wash Your Hands – It is important to wash your hands regularly when you visit the campus. Try not to touch anything while you tour the campus. If you do, make sure to wash your hands before eating or going near your face.
  • Social Distancing – When talking to members of staff, keep a safe distance to protect yourself and others from the virus. The WHO recommends staying at least 2 metres apart from anyone who is not a part of your immediate family.

As you can see, there are ways to visit a school campus without having to be there in person. If the government has closed the schools you may have the option of embarking on a virtual tour. If the schools are open, you should still be cautious and follow the tips raised above.

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