COVID-19: Cabo Verdean students from China worried about returning to their country of study

Praia, Oct 1 (Inforpress) – Cabo Verdean students in China are concerned because they still have no indication when they will return to the country of study, as the presencial classroom sessions in that Asian country resumed on the August 31.

Due to the pandemic caused by the COVID-19, which originated in the city of Wuhan in China, several Cabo Verdean students returned to the country, but now things have “calmed down” in that country, including the resumption of presencial classroom sessions a month ago, feel “anguished for not knowing the day of return”.

Speaking to Inforpress, the student at Huazhong University of Science and Tecnology, Tongji Medical School, in the city of Wuhan, Djessica Fortes, said that things are starting to return to normal, little by little, but nothing is known about the day of return, so much so their visas are suspended.

“The presencial classroom sessions have been resumed since August 31 and nothing is known about the return yet, as it does not depend only on the school, since the Chinese government enacted the visa suspension law in March,” said the student from the island of São Nicolau, informing that those who manage to enter that Asian country are people who obtained the visa after March 28 and those who have a business visa ”.

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