All Grades (1-8) attend distant or hybrid learning (this implies grades 1-3 back to e-learning). EXCEPTION: As from 30 November 2020 schools of sport profile are allowed to conduct their sport classes.
as of 26 February SHOPPING MALLS are closed except food shops and pharmacies located there. The number of customers is limited in stores below 100m2 - 1 customer per 10m2; in stores above 100m2 - 1 customer per 15m2. Other essential services permitted to open are: shops with products for animals; press; gasoline; medical; banking; insurance; postal; laundry or catering services (for deliveries and take-aways).
From 16 December 2020 till 20 April 2021; all educational institutes should go online again. In MBO; HBO and WO; tests and exams may be taken and practical training is possible. From 3 March 2021; the MBO can partially open again with classes at least 1x per week. From 26 April 2021; the aim is that classes will start again 1x per week using self-tests for all students and teachers.
Advice regarding type of Mask for HCW: FFP1 mask; except for tasks with many aerosols then FFP2 is advised.; 10/03/2020 Advice/guidelines on protection measures for those working with wastewater. ; 06/05/2020 For support at home that is provided in accordance with the Social Support Act (Wmo) - such as domestic help; counselling; daytime activities and meal support; in a social shelter and women's shelter - guidance at 1.5 meters is usually sufficient. No protective equipment is required here. From 1 May 2020; masks can be used in certain situations and later on are even encouraged. Wmo-supporting employees may also only...
From March 17; everyone who arrives in Latvia from an insignificant trip in a third country must take the Covid-19 test at their own expense. If the result is negative; then self-isolation in your place of residence must be observed. In case of a positive result; the self-insulation must be spent in one of the tourist accommodation specified by the Latvian Investment and Development Agency and it must also be paid for. If a person does not go to the tourist accommodation voluntarily after receiving a positive result; then the expenses of the State Police for transporting the person to...
Secondary schools in Greece include two categories: 'Gymnasium' which has 3 classes (A;B;C) for ages 13-15 and 'lyceum' which has 3 classes (A;B;C) for ages 16-18. Since 6 February 2021; in regions which are defined as very high risk both gymnasiums and lyceums operate with distance learning. In regions which are defined as high risk lyceums operate with distance learning while gymnasiums operate as usual. The characterization of regions as very high risk or high risk depends on the daily number of COVID-19 cases.
Since 6 February primary schools are closed in regions which are defined as very high risk for SARS-CoV-2 transmission. The characterization of regions as very high risk depends on the daily number of COVID-19 cases.