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France tightens classroom closure protocols in high Covid-19 risk regions

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France will send a school class home once one Covid-19 infection is detected among its pupils, instead of three previously, in regions under tighter coronavirus restrictions, the education minister said on Friday. Jean-Michel Blanquer said that keeping schools and colleges open in France remained a "fundamental goal" for the government.

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