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During his intervention on TF1 on Wednesday, Prime Minister Jean Castex declared That France was among the first three countries at least closing their schools because of the coronavirus pandemic. But according to the census of UNESCO, this is not the case.
"I think we are in the three countries in the world to allow children to go as much as possible to school, college, high school" , Aeneni, while 'He was the . According to the , which lists the duration of closing of schools due to the epidemic since February 2020, France is indeed one of the countries that have the least confined to its school children in the world. But far from the top 3, it is actually at the 29th place of the ranking.
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Several countries have never closed their schools
globally, in about fifty countries of the world, children have not set foot at school for more than 50 weeks, an entire year, because of the pandemic.
For its part, France closed its schools completely or partially for twelve weeks in total. This is a shorter duration than many other countries, such as Germany, Italy, Belgium or the United States.
But it is not that the hexagon is on the podium of schools who welcomed the most children, despite the crisis. Five countries are in the lead: Belarus, Burundi, Nauru, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan. In reality, they never closed their schools.
Closer to our home and always in front of France in the ranking, Iceland and Switzerland occupy 16th place with a duration of closure of six weeks. Then comes New Zealand (23rd) with nine weeks of leave due to the pandemic, then Croatia and Japan on the 24th place with 11 weeks of closure. And so France, in 29th position.
No healthcare in schools
In order to keep the priority goal of education for children, the Prime Minister assured during his speech that students will not have to have a health plan in September. "All our strategy since the beginning of the crisis [...] consisted that the children of France are as much in school. [...] So we're not going to say now, if you're not vaccinated, especially since some can not get there, we'll deprive you of school. So no health care in schools.
On the other hand, to expand the vaccination of adolescents, students can be vaccinated in their establishments "in September" , according to the Prime Minister.
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