Covid and schools

A reader forwarded the following summary:

Schools [Germany] have been partially reopened for young children and those taking exams – and the 16 states are moving towards reopening pre-school centres and schools at their own pace” –BBC

“Schools [Italy] will reopen 1 September” – BBC

“All schools [France] except high schools fully reopened on 22 June. Schools for 15 to 18-year-olds (lycées) began reopening in green zones as part of phase two.” – BBC

Day care centres and primary schools [Denmark] returned on 14 April, with children attending in shifts. Children aged 12-16 returned from 18 May.” – BBC

Schools [Belgium] resumed classes from 18 May” – BBC

Secondary school [Netherlands] pupils returned to class on 2 June. Social distancing requirements for all school students ended on 1 July” – BBC

“Final-year school [Austria] pupils returned to classes at the start of May” – BBC

Schools [Spain] were partially reopened from 26 May. This will allow for revision classes and state exams and a full reopening is expected in September” – BBC

Spain ?????

Schools [Ireland] will remain shut until September, while outdoor workers such as construction workers and gardeners resumed activities from 18 May” – BBC

Schools [Switzerland], libraries, museums and non-food shops followed [opened] on 11 May” – BBC

Infants and some secondary school students [Portugal] also went back on 18 May, while primary schools and pre-schools began reopening at the start of June” – BBC

The virus knew to skip Portugal?

Schools [Greece] reopened on 11 May for final-year students” – BBC

Primary schools [Poland] reopened on 25 May, but only for the youngest children, and final-year university students were also allowed back to class” – BBC

Restaurantsbarsschools [Sweden] and businesses remained opened.” — BBC