In Germany, 10 of the 16 Länder have resumed full-time primary education. They were closed for two months due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
German media reported that the youngest students went to school on Monday, February 22. Classes are organized so that students in certain classes do not come into contact with other children, or they are divided into two groups. At the same time, they have resumed work in pre-school educational institutions.
Each federal state is also given the opportunity to set different limits to prevent Covid-19 infection.
Unfortunately, the spread of coronavirus in the country is not diminishing and there are growing concerns about a possible third outbreak. Therefore, the education union calls on teachers and kindergarten staff to be vaccinated against Covid-19 as soon as possible. The government plans to discuss this issue as early as this week.
China informed the World Health Organization (WHO) in late 2019 about the spread of the new coronavirus in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, home to 11 million people. The WHO announced in March 2020 that Covid-19 had reached the level of a global pandemic.
A few months later, in the summer, there was a reduction in the spread of the infection in Europe, which led to the lifting of a series of strict restrictions. However, in mid-September 2020, the WHO warned that Europe would face an increase in Covid-19 coronavirus deaths in the autumn months. The prevalence of Covid-19 will not decrease in early 2021 either.
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