•   
  •   
  •   

Offbeat COVID: With the sanitary crisis, the flight of Parisian schoolchildren to the province

11:20  13 october  2021
11:20  13 october  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

The Latest: Virus cases decline in hard-hit Australia states

  The Latest: Virus cases decline in hard-hit Australia states Australia's New South Wales state has recorded 10 new deaths and 667 locally acquired COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, as its outbreak continues to ease. “Three weeks ago we had 1,599 cases," state Health Minister Brad Hazzard said Sunday. "And just three weeks later today I am very pleased to be able to tell the community that we are down, I wanted it down to zero if we can get it there, but 667 today locally acquired cases.” Meanwhile, the“Three weeks ago we had 1,599 cases," state Health Minister Brad Hazzard said Sunday. "And just three weeks later today I am very pleased to be able to tell the community that we are down, I wanted it down to zero if we can get it there, but 667 today locally acquired cases.

{{Use dmy dates|date=March 2021}. Full school closures. Partial school closures. No data. Academic break. No school closures. ]]. The COVID -19 pandemic has affected educational systems worldwide

A systematic review notes that children with COVID -19 have milder effects and better prognoses than adults. However, children are susceptible to "multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children "

La pandémie de coronavirus a entraîné la fuite des Parisiens vers la province. Une migration remarquée dans les écoles : près de 6.000 enfants ont quitté les bancs des écoles parisiennes. Une baisse qui représente environ 4% des écoliers au sein de la capitale, mais qui réjouit les enseignants qui voient leurs classes moins chargées. © Pascal Guyot / AFP The coronavirus pandemic led to the flight of the Parisians to the province. A migration noticed in schools: nearly 6,000 children left the banks of Parisian schools. A decline that represents about 4% of schoolchildren in the capital, but rejoicing teachers who see their less charged classes.

The containment of March 2020 saw a wave of Paris migrate to the province. Since the massive setting up of teleworking, morals change. Many took a taste for life in Lyon, Marseille, or Lille. Departures that are felt on the school environment. Indeed, in September 2021, they are nearly 6,000 schoolchildren who lacked the call.

NY man charged with felony, could face 7 years in prison after being accused of faking COVID-19 vaccine card

  NY man charged with felony, could face 7 years in prison after being accused of faking COVID-19 vaccine card A New York man was charged with showing his employer a plagiarized COVID-19 vaccine card. If convicted, he could face up to seven years in prison.David R. Kemp, 24, of Eaton, N.Y., was charged with a second-degree possession of a forged instrument, which qualifies for a Class D felony in the state. The unauthorized use of a government agency’s seal is a federal crime.

that children and adults were just as likely to be infected.[62]. Initial estimates of the basic reproduction number (R0) for COVID -19 in January were between 1.4 and 2.5,[63] but a subsequent analysis concluded that it may be about 5.7 (with a 95 percent confidence interval of 3.8 to 8.9).[64] R0 can vary across On 16 April 2020, the WHO, in its formal publication of the two codes, U07.1 and U07.2, "recognized that in many countries detail as to the laboratory confirmation will not be reported [and] recommended, for mortality purposes only, to code COVID -19 provisionally to code U07.1 unless it is

Children can reach the world from home. The global sanitary crisis has brought unprecedented changes in our interactions and routines due to social distancing and confinement. In many countries, only essential businesses have been functioning normally while many adults in institutions and Following the statement on stepping up protection of children against sexual exploitation and abuse in times of the COVID -19 pandemic made early April 2020 by the Lanzarote Committee’s Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson, a call was issued to all State Parties to the Lanzarote Convention, observers on

Figures twice above in previous years. While the Paris town hall can regret the bad picture that gives to the city, this decline in the workforce could be a breathing for students remained in Paris .

>> Read also - "We breathe less well": many schoolchildren (finally?) Remidy from the

mask a closing of classes?

Caroline pecker entrusted to the microphone of Europe 1 rejoice with this lightening in the classes: "When I arrived in the school, five or six years ago, I had 27. and this year, 21. We arrive a little bit to get the impression of being more so calm, to have a more soothed class and therefore more conducive to learning. There are times when I can have time to look at what children do And it allows you to work better. " The fear of parents, however, is that some classes are closing their doors.

Over 25% of Americans are no longer living in high-transmission counties: Live COVID-19 updates .
More than one-quarter of Americans are now living in a county that no longer has high levels of community transmission of coronavirus. COVID updates.That's a major change from earlier in the pandemic wave driven by the delta variant, when every state was considered to have high levels of community transmission, which the CDC says is 100 cases per 100,000 people per week.

usr: 1
This is interesting!