16 countries, 16 regulations: sometimes face-to-face, sometimes alternating lessons. Sometimes mask compulsory, sometimes none. Sometimes easing when the incidence value is below 100, sometimes only when it is below 50. And two countries go their own way when it comes to school openings.
Anna Günther and Paul Munzinger
He could still sleep, says Andreas Fischer on the phone, “but I don’t sleep well”. This Monday, the primary school in Landau an der Isar in Lower Bavaria opens again, and the headmaster’s days were very full last week. The y had to organize corona series tests for teachers, move tables apart, carry furniture to the gym and the cafeteria, and lay out the carpet in the music hall with plastic tarpaulin. Is more hygienic. Fischer needs every corner to distribute the 450 children one and a half meters apart across the school. Half of them will come on Mondays and Wednesdays, the other half on Tuesdays and Thursdays. On Friday everyone has distance lessons at home.
The re is also emergency care for all children who cannot be at home.
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