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11:03 AM
Or.....one more country on the way to a second wave. And allowing it to spread.
 
 
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12:45 PM
@Willeke Agreed
 
 
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4:54 PM
@Willeke I’ll try and post the photo competition tomorrow
> A local market of a place you live/you visited. A supermarket is ok as long as it is not your average supermarket, but something a bit out of the ordinary/unusual
Is that ok ^
 
@Daniil, that will do lovely. (But if others disagree, let them speak out, you can adjust till the competition opens.)
 
5:21 PM
Ok :)
I have to go back to school next month already, not sure if it's safe yet...
 
Our primary schools have started, but with only half the pupils at a time. Secondary will start soon, again with lower numbers. Keep watch on what happens here, the UK will not start if it is turns out bad here. But it is good to keep in touch with others.
Here they have the pupils in school for two or three days, home schooling for the rest of the week, I think secondary will do that same.
 
Yeah, it's my year only (as we have exams next year) for maths, english and science only
Half the class size
 
And if you are healthy, you should not be at risk much (or at all) from COVID 19.
 
I am quite healthy
 
In the Netherlands, so far, only one person under 20 passed away, and that was an adult, so 18 or 19, and with underlaying health problems.
 
5:27 PM
5 people under 15 have passed away in the UK
 
So keep your distance from old people and people with health problems.
I know one 5 year old in the UK had severe health problems, I guess the same is for the others.
 
 
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6:34 PM
@Willeke Here in Scotland (and in Wales and Ireland) we are not opening schools until after the summer. England is being a lot less cautious than the rest of the union
 
6:52 PM
@RoryAlsop, in the Netherlands they had come to the conclusion that schools did not need to be closed but the parents and teachers did not agree, so schools did close. (And now they go back open but with reduced numbers so some teachers can stay at home if they feel the need to self isolate.)
And a lot of teachers claim a lot of kids have not learned enough (or at all) while at home.
A lot of the kids do need some interaction with other kids, and while they were allowed to play out, there was less interaction than usual.
Kids who are in need to stay home and those days they do not come to school are taught by the teachers staying home.
 
 
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11:06 PM
@RoryAlsop Yeah I heard
Do you think the UK is right in opening schools?
The infection risk stats are lower than in the rest of the union
 

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