LOOK: Students Hold Graduation Ceremony in a Video Game Amid Class Suspensions

These students just thought of the most creative way to hold their graduation ceremony amid the class suspensions due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Because their school year ends in March and starts in April, and the suspension is currently in effect, many Japanese students will have to miss their graduation ceremonies and be deprived of ending their school year with a bang. To cope, a class of elementary school students brought the ceremonies online. And nope, it’s not through a live stream…but at Minecraft!

A dad shared the virtual graduation that his son and his friends organized together on Twitter which has since gone viral over the weekend. Check it out below:

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Have you seen other creative efforts that people are doing to cope with the suspensions and community quarantine? Share them in the comments below!

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