Marine Le Pen wants schools to close because of Covid-19 epidemic

Coronavirus: Marine Le Pen Wants Schools Closed

EPIDEMIC: The president of the Rassemblement National, Marine Le Pen proposes to bring forward “the date of the holidays, perhaps to create a form of crawl space” For Marine Le Pen it is urgent: we must “close schools” in the face of the outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic . Guest of the program Dimanche en politique on France 3, the president of the Rassemblement […]

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Coronavirus in Moselle: Parents refuse to send their children to school

Coronavirus in Moselle: Parents Refuse to Send their Children to School

VIRUS: Many parents expected schools to be closed in Moselle due to a large amount of positive coronavirus Covid-19 cases The virus is actively circulating in the Moselle department, the most affected in mainland France currently with an incidence rate approaching 300 positive cases per 100,000 inhabitants. On Saturday, the prefect of Moselle, Laurent Touvet, confirmed […]

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Janssen wants to test its Covid-19 vaccines on babies and pregnant women

Janssen Wants to Test its Covid-19 Vaccines on Babies and Pregnant Women

Covid-19 vaccines are expected to be tested on six-year-old children and “even on newborns and pregnant women” as trials become more widespread. AstraZeneca, which produces the Oxford covid-19 vaccine, says it is expanding trials to children as young as  six.  The Mail on Sunday reveals that fellow vaccine maker Janssen, part of Johnson and Johnson, is now […]

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New measures announced for schools to try and contain coronavirus

Coronavirus: Turn of the Screw in the Canteen, No More Indoor Sport… What is Changing in Schools

PANDEMIC: The government presented new measures for schools and sport this Thursday evening to stem the coronavirus epidemic in France It was one of the striking effects of the first confinement: the closure of schools. The government does not want to come to this again, as it indicated on Thursday when presenting new measures to contain the coronavirus epidemic. “We […]

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Closing of Schools? Jean Castex Gives a Clear Answer!

EDUCATION: Jean Castex, the Prime Minister has expressed his desire to not close the schools in France during the coronavirus Epidemic Earlier this evening, Thursday 7th January, at 6 p.m., the Prime Minister, Jean Castex gave a press conference, where he reconfirmed his desire not to close schools. Do not close schools to avoid dropping out […]

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Children will return to school as normal despite coronavirus

Coronavirus: Children Will Go To School On Monday “As Planned” According to Blanquer

SCHOOL: Jean-Michel Blanquer hoped that the teachers could be vaccinated as quickly as possible “in March at the latest if we manage to do it before that would be good” French children and adolescents will go to school on Monday “as planned”, Minister of National Education Jean-Michel Blanquer said on Sunday, adding that Covid-19 screening tests will “be deployed even more […]

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Coronavirus: 500,000 transparent masks for early childhood professionals

Coronavirus: 500,000 Transparent Masks for Early Childhood Professionals

PROTECTION: Transparent masks For the staff of nurseries, micro-creches and childminders gathered in the homes of childminders during the coronavirus epidemic Some 500,000 transparent masks will be distributed to staff of nurseries and homes for childminders (MAM), announced Tuesday the Ministry of Health and the Secretary of State for Children who wish to “initiate a movement of equipment professionals by […]

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Wearing a mask will be extended to Primaire school children from the age of 6.

Schools: Wearing a Mask Now Compulsory for Children from yhe Age of 6

Prime Minister Jean Castex confirmed this Thursday 29th  October, before the National Assembly. Wearing a mask will be extended to primary school children from 6 years old. An eventful morning for Jean Castex. While addressing the National Assembly this Thursday morning to present to the deputies the details of the reconfinement announced by Emmanuel Macron, Wednesday, October 29, the Prime […]

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Differences in how different countries are dealing with Back to school under Covid-19

Back to school-COVID-19 Abroad: Between Fears, Drastic Measures and Return to Normal

The Differences between countries going back to school under the coronavirus Covid-19 epidemic The start of the school year took place in France on Tuesday 1st September, with a specific protocol intended to guarantee the health security of children, in the complex context of the current coronavirus epidemic. In Europe and in the rest of the […]

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In Germany, a return to school under the threat of the second wave of the coronavirus

Coronavirus: In Germany, a Return to School under the Threat of the Second Wave

EPIDEMIC: Germans are the first Europeans to return to class, fearing a second wave of the coronavirus covid-19 virus August has barely stretched its first rays of sunshine and titillated our desire for beaches when the Germans are already starting to start the school year (no longer complaining about living in France): the 150,000 students of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern are […]

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