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Pupils returning to schools on Monday

By: P.T., STA

Pupils will return to schools and kindergartens on Monday following an 11-day circuit-breaker lockdown under a decision taken by the government, which is in line with the promise made before the country entered its third coronavirus lockdown.

The return to kindergartens and primary and secondary schools will follow the same model as before the 1-11 April lockdown, which means all primary pupils will return to schools, while most secondary pupils will alternate between in-class and remote learning every week, Education Minister Simona Kustec said. Universities remain closed except for practical work and exams by up to ten students.

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