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French children head back to school as infections rise

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They've lost months of classroom time due to the coronavirus pandemic. With their backpacks, hand sanitizer – and for many, mandatory face coverings – millions of children have returned to their classrooms in France and Belgium.

Added on the 01/09/2020 14:32:00 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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