US News Coronavirus: "No general closure of universities", says Frédérique Vidal

11:05  30 september  2020
11:05  30 september  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

Coronavirus: Clusters larger in secondary and higher education than in schools

 Coronavirus: Clusters larger in secondary and higher education than in schools Within schools and universities, 80% of clusters come from secondary education (45.7%) and higher education ( 33.3%) © Bony / SIPA Students at the Lycée Condorcet in St Priest in June 2020. EPIDEMIA - Within schools and universities, 80% of clusters come from secondary education (45.7%) and higher education (33.3%) A third of clusters of coronavirus come from schools and universities, but they are more numerous in colleges, high schools and universities than in nursery schools and primary, acco

All major sporting events to be behind closed doors until April as national death toll hits 107.

Schools close , museums shut, sports events are off and lockdowns widen as the coronavirus spreads. Schools have been closed , sports events cancelled and cultural institutions shut around the world as countries try to stem the coronavirus outbreak.

>> LIVE - Coronavirus: follow the evolution of the situation Wednesday September 30

"A dozen" university sites closed

For the moment, " a dozen "university sites are closed," explains the minister. A series of contaminations that is not necessarily linked to universities, according to her, but also attributable to the external activities of students. "We do not observe any correlation between the appearance of a cluster among students and the contamination of teachers," says Frédérique Vidal.


> Coronavirus screening: second wave, second failure

> When do we have contact? And other questions that we ask ourselves every day

Covid-19: the main measures announced by Olivier Véran

 Covid-19: the main measures announced by Olivier Véran Faced with the increase in Covid-19 cases, many measures have been taken and announced by the Minister of Health Olivier Véran. © Abacapress.com Maximum alert zone Maximum alert zones (more than 250 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, 100 per 100,000 in "elderly people, 30% of Covid patients in intensive care units) Concerned Wednesday evening : Aix-Marseille and Guadeloupe Measures: - Total closure of bars and restaurants - Closure of all establishments open to the public unless there is a strict h

These nationwide closures are impacting hundreds of millions of students. Several other countries have implemented localized closures impacting millions of additional learners. UNESCO is supporting countries in their efforts to mitigate the immediate impact of school closures , particularly for more

Find out how the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) is impacting higher education, both in the near Colleges and universities have been thrown into very uncertain waters as they are forced to convert Like businesses, colleges and universities are feeling significant pressure on their finances due to

> What are "antigenic" tests, now authorized by the government?

> Coronavirus: the 5 mistakes not to make with your mask

> Coronavirus: from what age should you have your child tested?

"Obviously, we can't guarantee anything 100%. But the principals have been working all summer to prepare for the start of the school year. There are masks available for students who do not have them." For the moment, there is therefore no question of deciding on a general closure of universities. "It is very important to keep the face-to-face. During confinement, we saw how the absence of social life can be harmful for students, including for their ability to learn."

Coronavirus. Gyms and swimming pools will remain open for minors in clubs .
© Archives Ouest-France Swimming pools and gymnasiums will remain open to minors who practice in clubs. The Ministry of Sports announced on Friday that gymnasiums and swimming pools would remain open for minors who practice in clubs and associations. What to relieve amateur sport, after the announcements of the Minister of Health, Olivier Véran, Wednesday.

usr: 0
This is interesting!