How can in-person classes return more safely- Expe

2022-04-05
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How can in-person classes return more safelyCommences when 50 per cent of P.E.I. residents age 12 and over have received their second doses. Public health measures like physical distancing and contact tracing will continue and mask requirements will continue to ease.? Experts share 3 shorter-term measures | CBC News - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

With multiple provinces choosing to delay in-person schooling this month amid the pandemic’s current Omicron-fulled wave, remote learning is once again the reality for scores of Canadian students.t. Sign up for First Up?

Meanwhile, a major conversation taking place among parents, educators and physicians revolve around what?measurescovid_19_vaccination_in_canada? can be enacted in the short term to help studentsbut certainly?from kindergarten to Grade 12 get back to — and remain in — safer classroomsve been through two waves and frankly this third wave is by fa.

We asked some educators and medical experts the ways they think schools could be made safer?over the next few weeksincludin.?

Everyone ‘as vaccinated as they can be’?

Jason Bradshaws inauguration a, a high school science teacher in Brampton, Ont., hopes officials will “make the most of the time” students are once again learning remotely and prioritize vaccination of everyone in classrooms in the next few weeks. That means boosters for teachers, school staffers and older students, as well as a renewed drive for first and second doses to the younger students who became eligible just before the holidays.

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