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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children less infected with coronavirus covid-19 and less contagious than adults, doctors say

Covid-19: Children Less Infected and Less Contagious than Adults, Doctors Say

A study carried out by French researchers on 605 young children reveals that they are not the main propagators of the new coronavirus covid-19. Contrary to a widespread idea at the beginning of the Covid-19 epidemic, children do not seem to be the main spreaders of the virus and seem less contagious than adults, according to the conclusions of […]

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The return to school after the deconfinement is "a success", according to the Rector of Normandy

Deconfinement: Back to School, “A Success” According to the President of Normandy

The president of Normandy Christine Gavini-Chevet returned to the start of the new schools and colleges after the deconfinement, during a press conference Friday 15th May 2020. Since May 11th, 2020, and the start of deconfinement, the gradual resumption of lessons has taken place in schools in Normandy. “This recovery of students is really a success,” said Christine Gavini-Chevet, rector of the Normandy […]

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Back to school in small groups at Lalo-Clément school in Lille.

Deconfinement in Lille: “I’m Happy to Find my Friends”, The Comeback to School for 2,000 Children from Lille

DECONFINEMENT: A few days after the teachers, it was the children who found their way back to school in Lille The second start of the year. Thursday morning, in Lille and throughout France, many children returned to school two months after the closure of all schools due to the coronavirus epidemic. For this return to post-confinement, drastic health rules have been put […]

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Suspected Covid-19 case in a school in Fécamp: back to school disrupted

Suspected Covid-19 Case in a School in Fécamp: Back to School DFisrupted

The Jean-Macé nursery school in Fécamp was closed on Thursday 14th May 2020, after the suspicion of a case of Covid-19 at its principal Elementary school Last minute: The result of the Covid-19 test of the director of the nursery school is negative, announced the academy of Rouen Friday, May 15, 2020. The school should therefore […]

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Two schools in Le Mans close for suspected Covid-19 cases

Deconfinement at Le Mans: Two Schools Close for Suspected Covid-19 Cases

CORONAVIRUS: Two school staff members in Le Mans may be tested positive for coronavirus Covid-19 A nursery school and an elementary school have been closed at Le Mans due to two suspected Covid-19 personnel, the town hall said in a statement on Wednesday. “Pending the results of the tests and as a precautionary measure (…) I decided to close […]

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Its link with the coronavirus is not established, but the appearance of an inflammatory disease in young children questions and worries the world scientific community.

Coronavirus: In Paris, Twenty Children Affected by a New Disease That Worries

Its link with the coronavirus is not established, but the appearance of inflammatory disease in young children questions and worries the world scientific community. Does the new coronavirus cause a serious new inflammatory disease in a small number of children and adolescents? This is the question that concerns several countries, including France, after the recent appearance of unusual cases, in the […]

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The Prime Minister presented his deconfinement plan this Tuesday, April 28, 2020. Among the themes addressed: back to school.

Deconfinement: Gradual Reopening, Wearing a Mask … What to Remember about Schools

The Prime Minister presented the deconfinement plan to the deputies on Tuesday. Six themes were discussed, including the methods of returning to school. It is one of the points of tension which surrounds the deconfinement: the return of more than twelve million pupils on the benches of the school as from May 11 and the fear, consequently, of a […]

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Telephone assistance for parents under pressure during confinement

Confinement: Telephone Help for Parents on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

It is not easy to combine confinement with telework and children. Several telephone platforms allow parents to empty their bags and regain some serenity. “I screamed at my daughter, I ran into the shower and there, I cried”: for parents who crack after weeks of family confinement, several hotlines distil listening and assistance. “This call saved me,” says Julie, who […]

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