While the society struggles with the need to maintain social distancing, a modified nursery rhyme set to the tune of the popular ‘Ringa-Ringa-Roses’ is being taught to students in schools to help them understand the need and the importance of social etiquette, and the importance of maintaining social distancing.
The nursery rhyme that has been taught to nearly 50,000 students across the state who are then expected to help educate their parents as well as the community, includes the need to maintain at least two feet distance from others, how to sneeze into one’s sleeve rather than palms and wash their hands correctly.
Classes in Goa have resumed with students of Std X and XII now being allowed to attend school, with the adoption of adequate social distancing measures. A decision on allowing other classes will be taken later.
A modified nursery rhyme helps school students learn social distancing in Goa
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