Students in Sydney, the most populous Australian city, returned to face-to-face classrooms Monday after around 90 percent of teachers and other school staff were fully inoculated.
The city, which ended its more than 100 days of quarantine last week after vaccinating over 70 percent of the eligible population, continues with the reopening plan linked to the inoculation drive.
“It is a good day. It is wonderful that we have the students back in the classroom,” New South Wales Education Officer Sarah Mitchell told local Nine News. EFE