In Belgium, most schoolchildren went to school on September 1




Most of the schoolchildren of Brussels went to school on September 1, said the director of one of the schools of the Belgian capital of Bruzzu, Frank Nijs, September 2, reports The Brussels Times.





According to the director, to date, parents of schoolchildren do not feel fear associated with the coronavirus.

“We no longer have parents who keep their children at home because of fear,” Frank Nais told the Brussels Times.

There are a small number of students, he notes, who could not come to the schools because they recently returned from countries in the red zone of COVID-19 infection.

Recall that the schoolchildren who returned to Belgium from countries with a high risk of coronavirus should undergo a period of self-isolation, after which they should take tests on COVID-19. And also according to the current school scenario, children from 12 years should wear a mask at school.





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