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#SchoolReopen: It’s raining memes as children go back to school

Students in various parts of the country attended schools on September 1 after they reopened amid strict Covid-19 safety measures.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: September 1, 2021 5:41:07 pm
school reopen, back to school, indian school reopen, schools reopned memes, school open memes, covid pandemic school memes, indian expressFrom Delhi to Tamil Nadu, schools in many states reopened on September 1 after a gap of over 18 months.

After more than one-and-half-year, children in many states were finally back to school Wednesday. At least five states and union territories, including Delhi and Tamil Nadu, decided to reopen schools by following Covid-19 protocols. While in the real world safety was a concerning issue, conversations were dominated by hilarious memes online.

From staggered lunch breaks, to limiting the seating capacity in classrooms — local governments and educational institutions have enforced strict rules and guidelines to ensure safety of students. Although there have been fears about a third wave hitting the country soon, with a drop in Covid cases in most places, several state governments decided to slowly go back to normal.

As schools were set to reopen after a long break owing to the pandemic, where students would be back in physical classrooms moving away from remote learning, netizens couldn’t stop imagining hilarious situations. From children throwing tantrums to waking up early to maintaining a strict decorum, social media was abuzz with memes.

Many joked parents will finally get some ‘me time’ while the children go back to schools, other shared how kids must be feeling sad and confused going back. Check out some of the interesting memes as #SchoolReopen trended on Twitter.

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