Japanese students held a graduation in Minecraft. And all because of quarantine

Japanese students graduated from Minecraft because schools in the country are quarantined due to a coronavirus pandemic since March 2, 2020. This was told by the parent of one of the students.

Typically, the school year in Japan ends in late March and begins in April. Pupils of one of the elementary schools in Japan modeled their assembly hall in Minecraft and spent their graduation evening in it.

At the same time, some schools still held graduation parties, however, limited the number of participants in the ceremonies, and obliged students to be more than a meter apart from each other and to be in medical masks.

Now in Japan, 833 cases of coronavirus infection have been registered, 27 people have died from it, another 139 have recovered. At the same time, experts believe that the peak of the disease in the country has already passed.

Author: Flyn Braun
Graduated from Cambridge University. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the us news section in the Free News editors.
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