December 9, 2021

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Hague sources: No longer returning home with a full class if a student has COVID-19 |  interior

Hague sources: No longer returning home with a full class if a student has COVID-19 | interior

According to those concerned, the Council of Ministers took this decision in consultation with the relevant ministers.

Treasury follows the same procedure with the advice of the Outbreak Management Team (OMT).

In recent weeks, entire classes have been sent home if an infection is detected. This caused headaches for parents who thought they could finally return to the office.

OMT member and pediatrician Carole Ellie has spoken frankly in favor of relaxation because quarantine is not good for children. “We see that children come on their own when they receive physical education. Over the past year and a half, we have seen an increased backlog of learning and when schools have to keep closing their doors, this creates impractical situations.”

After consulting with Corona with his cabinet colleagues, outgoing Minister Ari Slopp (Education) showed that he was a “satisfied person”.

More injured children

Meanwhile, RIVM reports that more and more infections are being identified in children. The school or nursery school is often where they became infected. In the past seven days, 1,872 children aged 5 to 9 have tested positive. This is the highest number since the weekly numbers on May 4, more than four months ago.

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