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第403期
(2020/9/10出刊)
學生重返校園 歐洲防疫升級

 Schools across Europe are reopening as summer break ends despite rising infection rates across the continent. French students went backto school on September 1st. Teachers and students aged over 11 years must wear face masks at all times. Schools must limit the mixing of class groups, and ventilate and disinfect classrooms.
 In England and Wales, the government’s new guidance advises secondary school students aged 11 to 18 and staff to wear face coverings in hallways and communal areas.
 The Spanish government has insisted all children over the age of six must wear masks at all times and washtheir hands at least five times a day. Children should keep a distance of 1.5 meters from each other, and regional governments have hired additional teachers to reduce class sizes. Masks will also be mandatory for students in Greece, with a maximum of 25 children per class.
 Schools in Belgium have introduced a number of prevention measures, including mandatory use of hand sanitizer for children or thewearing of face masks all day for teachers and other adults.

 雖然歐洲的新冠肺炎確診案例持續增加,暑假結束後,各國仍讓學校復學。法國學生九月一日開學,規定所有老師與十一歲以上的學生必須隨時戴口罩;也要求學校不能混班上課,且教室要常保通風、隨時消毒。
英格蘭和威爾斯政府則頒布新規定,建議十一歲到十八歲的中學生和教職人員,在學校的走廊及公共區域必須戴面罩。
 西班牙政府規定,六歲以上的學童必須隨時戴口罩,一天至少洗五次手;學生之間必須維持一點五公尺的社交距離;地方政府增聘額外的教師,以降低班級人數。希臘也規定學生必須戴口罩,且班級人數不得超過二十五人。
 比利時的學校則採取了一系列的防疫措施,包括:學童必須使用乾洗手液、教師及其他職員必須整天戴口罩等。