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Sports COVID-19: between advancing the school holidays or strengthening the health protocol, the Elysee has decided

17:55  06 december  2021
17:55  06 december  2021 Source:   liberation.fr

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move forward and thus extending the end-of-year holidays in the hope of curing the new wave of Covid-19 contaminations in France: the track is officially under study at the top of the state, learned release from several sources close to the executive. This is one of the main topics of the health defense council that started on Monday at noon at the Elysee.

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Which brakes at the top of the state is, according to the entourage of a minister involved in the management of the crisis, the logistics that would imply for the parents of students. And the government remember that in this story, companies have a responsibility to play by encouraging teleworking.

According to RTL, the announcement of an early closure of schools would be announced in the course of the week: Students would be returned home from Thursday, December 15, two days ahead of the school calendar.


Video: 5th Wave: Should we advance the school holidays? (BFMTV)

other track studied and for the preferred moment, strengthen the protocol at school and go to level 3. which would impose, among other things, the port of the outdoor mask, the Class brewing limitation for restoration, a reinforced disinfection protocol, as well as the practice of "low intensity sports compatible with the port of the mask indoors only and the distance."

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In the spring, Emmanuel Macron had opted for a drastic solution, unifying the holidays of all academic areas.

In a note published in early December 2020, the Scientific Council had on its side asked the school principals not to penalize school absences a few days before school holidays to allow children to confine before Christmas. Without being followed by the Ministry of National Education.

updates at 14:50 with the details of RTL on the anticipated school holidays and at 4:14 pm with the info on the preference for the level 3.

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Oilers coach Tippett put in COVID-19 protocol after missing loss to Maple Leafs .
EDMONTON — Oilers head coach Dave Tippett was placed in the NHL's COVID-19 protocol on Tuesday after Edmonton's 5-1 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs. Tippett didn't coach the game as he was held out for precautionary reasons but then was officially put into the protocol after the game. Oilers forward Ryan McLeod was placed in the protocol before the game. Defenceman Duncan Keith was activated from the injured reserve on Tuesday night. ForwardTippett didn't coach the game as he was held out for precautionary reasons but then was officially put into the protocol after the game.

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