A group of students in Japan has celebrated its graduation through the video game of virtual reality Minecraft after the closure of schools in the country as a measure to prevent possible infection by the new coronavirus.
Schools in Japan carry have been closed around two weeks and will continue to do so until after spring break, due to the measures taken by the Government of japan against the coronavirus.
In the asian country the school year begins in April and ends in march, so are many students that these measures will lose their graduation ceremonies.
However, to not be able to celebrate your graduation in person, a group of japanese children had the idea of doing it virtually, specifically through the video game Minecraft.
According to the father of one of the children through his Twitter account, who has uploaded videos of his son in the ceremony, virtual, were the students themselves who had this idea.