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John Bender Nov 16
Great writer 's new pandemic horror book title will be: "Schools are Safe Places", in German "Die Schulen sind sicher".
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Reduce risks to vulnerable school population Nov 19
Yes, France, Germany, the UK all agree that schools are not magically safe, Emer. And they all have smaller class sizes than Ireland
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KFL 🕊️🤍🕊️ Nov 19
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Reduce risks to vulnerable school population Nov 17
Scotland calling for blended learning options too
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Verena Gabriel- Sprachheilpädagogin M.A. Nov 22
Replying to @DrZoeHyde
I know. We are fighting in the political debate. For the children. For healthness.
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Else R. Burgmüller Nov 17
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Oberösterreicher Nov 16
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Mrs. Bojangles 3m
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Katrin Elster Nov 21
Oh look, in other countries parents & students have a choice if they want to be in school or learn at home. Digital learning is the obvious choice to them in a pandemic. Why not in Germany where my daughter has to go to school while classmates are infected?
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Tiffany Weh Nov 19
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Dr. Schnabel(tier) alias Friedrich Nov 22
Puzzling, often debilitating after-effects plaguing COVID-19 "long-haulers"
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AFS 6h
'It won’t be possible to control the pandemic if we don’t fully address transmission by children. This means we need to take a proactive approach to schools.'
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Gisela For Future 🌳🌏 #LeaveNoOneBehind Nov 22
Replying to @DrZoeHyde @CovidEcoles
In Germany ministers of Education try to tell us that there is no risk for Covid-19 at primary school. I suppose Canadian kids are as infectious as German kids. Kids are kids.
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In Vienna Lost Veritas 🖤 Nov 19
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Zero Covid Alliance Nov 21
🇩🇪 In Hamburg, Germany, where the education senator declared to be safe just last thursday, there are now reports of the biggest outbreak in a school thus far. 94 people tested positive.
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Martin Schumann Nov 21
Why are Germany's schools still fully opened without any substantial infection prevention? Devastating. Sad.
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AFS Nov 20
MONOPOLY in times of played by German MPs: EVENT CARD You lost 200 lives today. Go back to square one. (and remember how you won 04/2020)
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Michael Kunz Nov 16
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Vorname Nachname Nov 17
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minimix Nov 17
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