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Australia Qld schools close for non-essential children

03:46  26 march  2020
03:46  26 march  2020 Source:   skynews.com.au

School attendance falls 25 per cent as soap, toilet paper shortage hits

  School attendance falls 25 per cent as soap, toilet paper shortage hits Parents worried about coronavirus kept their children home, while some private schools began closing their physical campuses and running lessons online. As health authorities said schools should remain open but cancel events and assemblies and focus on hygiene, some principals also said they were struggling to buy soap, toilet paper and paper towels.It comes as a split emerged in the teaching profession over whether schools should remain open, with some concerned about their own health and that of their families', but others saying closures would put disadvantaged students at risk.

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Schools in Queensland will be closed for all children whose parents are not essential workers as Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk ramps up drastic social distancing measures.

Ms Palaszczuk said the radical coronavirus response would begin next week but maintained anyone who held a job was defined as essential and would be able to send their children.

“From Monday the 30th of March, we will be moving to student-free days, but we do stress that schools will remain open for children of essential workers, that is those who are required in the workplace,” she said.

New York considering stay-at-home order within 48 hours

  New York considering stay-at-home order within 48 hours New York's mayor said Tuesday the city's 8.6 million inhabitants should prepare for being ordered to stay at home at any moment within the next 48 hours to help contain the coronavirus pandemic. Bill de Blasio told reporters that a decision had not been made but that New Yorkers could soon be confined to their residences, barring any essential travel.

The Coalition of Essential Schools is a US organization created to further a type of whole- school reform originally envisioned by founder Ted Sizer in his book, Horace's Compromise. The group began in 1984 with twelve schools and grew to 600 members.

The Premier's decision to keep children at home while schools remain open has created confusion and anxiety among parents craving certainty. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces all non - essential shops will close and gatherings of more than two people will be banned, and

“It is vital we remain open for these workers because we don’t want to put pressure on the economy.”

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Cauliflower costs have Kiwis up in arms .
Complaints that cauliflowers are costing as much as $NZ13 each during New Zealand's shutdown are being investigated by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.Not soap, hand sanitiser, bread or toilet paper.

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