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11 August 2020, 11:58 | Updated: 11 August 2020, 15:57
A nursery in Thailand is keeping children apart in line with coronavirus social distancing guidelines.
New photos have seen the dramatic changes a nursery has undertaken to keep kids safe from coronavirus.
Wat Khlong Toey School in Bangkok, Thailand, recently opened its doors to 250 pupils - and it is adhering to social distancing by allowing the kids to play in plastic pods.
Other measures include plastic screens in classes and lunch areas, and sinks, soap dispensers and hand sanitiser outside each classroom.
The pupils also have their temperature checked on a scanner when entering the nursery.
The nursery, which was forced to close in March because of the pandemic, has been welcoming pupils back since July. It has seen no cases of Covid-19 since it reopened.
Thailand is now allowing nurseries to open with relaxed social distancing measures, but Wat Khlong Toey School has chosen to keep them in place.
Photos of the nursery show children wearing masks, playing in isolated pods, and standing in drawn on squares in classrooms.