According to a recently-issued decision of the municipal People's Committee, kindergarteners will still stay at home.
Schools must meet safety requirements for COVID-19 prevention in accordance with the guidance of the municipal Departments of Health and Education.
Besides, they should develop a response plan when a COVID-19 case is detected at school.
Since May 2021, over 2.2 million kindergartners and students of Ha Noi have had to switch to online learning due to COVID-19 outbreaks.
Last November, the city allowed 9th graders to return to school and two weeks later, 12th graders.
Students from 7th to 11th grades returned to school on February 8 and were followed soon after by primary school and 6th-grade students on the city's outskirts.
At a Government's press briefing held on April 4, Deputy Minister of Education and Training Hoang Minh Son said that 92.17 percent of students nationwide are subject to in-person classes.
As Ha Noi allows 1st-6th grade students to go back to school from April 6, the proportion will rise to 97 percent.
Earlier in late March, the Ministry of Health asked localities to prepare for vaccinating children aged 5-11 against COVID-19 from April, using Moderna COVID-19 vaccine (Spikevax) and Pfizer/BioNTech