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US News Containment: England is also getting started from Thursday, schools will remain open

01:10  01 november  2020
01:10  01 november  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

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" Schools have started opening back up and some have had to close again after children/teachers have tested positive," commented Sarah. Myriam was also annoyed by the threat of fines. "Parents, who have been homeschooling for several months, should be thanked and acknowledged rather than

Schools will remain open , however, for the supervision of hundreds of thousands of children of NHS staff and other frontline workers, as well as for He also announced a national voucher scheme to ensure that pupils eligible for free school meals get a meal each day, and said that this summer’s

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The British government has decided to reconfigure England for a month, abandoning a local approach in the face of the virulence of the second wave of the new coronavirus which threatened to prove to be twice as deadly as the first. The country most bereaved by the pandemic in Europe with 46,555 deaths of people testing positive for Covid-19 , and now more than a million cases identified, the United Kingdom is facing a resurgence that risks overwhelming its hospitals.

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What remains important at this time is that the public, parents and professionals But if we can reopen schools after the Easter holidays things could begin to get back to normal.” “ Schools will do everything to support the national effort. But it’s simply not sensible or safe to ask schools to open

That ’s already starting to happen. Last year, for instance, artist Anthony Antonellis had a chip put in his arm that could store and transfer data to his There is also a possibility to go on a candlelight tour to four selected homes. The museum is open all year round and closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and

After resisting general lockdown for weeks, Prime Minister Boris Johnson resolved to announce it at a crash-staged press conference on Saturday, after press leaks claiming he did so. would do Monday. “The virus is spreading even faster than the worst-case scenario established by our science advisers. […] It is time to act because there is no choice, ”the Conservative leader said from Downing Street, alongside his scientific and medical advisers, after previously discussing the situation with his ministers. .

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For four weeks from Thursday until December 2, cafes, pubs and restaurants will remain closed unless they offer take-away or deliveries. The people of England are called to work from home and only have to leave their homes for specific reasons such as exercising, going to a doctor's appointment or shopping for essential groceries. They can only meet someone outside their home, and outside.

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At the time of writing, the Department for Education in England is still advising all schools to stay open and the government has said that widespread school closures are not imminent in the UK, with the Prime Minister announcing: ‘the scientific advice is that this could do more harm than good at this time.’

Nurseries in Wales will remain open . She said authorities were dealing with "unprecedented times". "They will be communicating with schools as quickly as possible about what schools will need to do to ensure that the systems that they will now put in place can work."

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The elderly and vulnerable are urged to be extra careful. It will only be possible to travel abroad for professional reasons. If these measures are similar to the first confinement decreed in March, schools and universities will however remain open.

MEPs will vote on these new restrictions at the start of the week, before they come into force on Thursday. This measure does not concern Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, containment falling to the authorities of each British province .

Going for Christmas with the family

This is a turnaround for Boris Johnson, who had so far resisted calls to reconfigure all of England, even for a short period of two to three weeks as suggested by the opposition Labor Party. But the situation has deteriorated in recent weeks in the UK. Like the leaders of several European countries including Ireland, France and Belgium, who have announced full or partial re-containments to curb the spread of the virus, he has had to resolve to shift into high gear.

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The school must then contact their local public health protection team, who will advise on who else should be sent home. In Wales, the current plan is also to go ahead with exams - again most likely with a delay and with reductions in the course content.

Schools will close except for looking after the children of keyworkers and vulnerable children, Prime Thirty-two were in England and one in Scotland. Confirmed cases in the UK rose to 2,626 on But he said officials were working with exam boards "to ensure that children get the qualifications that they But there have been concerns about the ability of frontline NHS staff and others to remain in work if

He hopes that these measures will be enough to curb the spread of the virus and allow Christmas to be celebrated with the family. “It is my hope and my sincere belief that by acting now, we can enable families to be together. Boris Johnson said. About 50,000 new cases of the new coronavirus are recorded every day in England and this figure is increasing, said government scientific adviser Patrick Vallance, explaining that the death toll this winter could be "twice as bad as that of the first wave".

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© LP / Mehdi Gherdane Limay, Tuesday morning. Garbage cans have been set on fire in front of some establishments such as the Lycée Condorcet here. The tension was palpable on Tuesday near several high schools in the Seine valley. Students tried to prevent, and some succeeded in blocking access to four establishments in Mantes-la-Jolie, Limay or even Aubergenville. In front of the gates of the Lycée Condorcet in Limay, garbage cans were set on fire for part of the morning.

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