RI students, parents remain optimistic despite coronavirus case in student

Several parents The Straits Times spoke to said they would continue to send their children to school when school re-opens after the weekend. ST PHOTO: TIMOTHY DAVID
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SINGAPORE - Parents and students from Raffles Institution (RI) are reassured by the additional measures the school is taking, following news that a Secondary 1 RI boy was found on Thursday (Feb 27) to have been infected with the coronavirus.

Several parents The Straits Times spoke to said they would continue to send their children to school on Monday, when school re-opens after the weekend.

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