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School start in NRW after the holidays: Yvonne Gebauer makes a clear announcement

The start of school is imminent – and with it the great concern of rising corona numbers. What happens after the holidays in North Rhine-Westphalia? Yvonne Gebauer commented.

Hamm – When the Christmas holidays end, around 2 million children and young people in North Rhine-Westphalia * return to their schools. Meanwhile, concerns about another violent Corona * wave are growing due to the rapidly spreading Omicron variant. On Wednesday (January 5th) the education ministers of the federal states will meet to discuss the situation. In NRW there is a clear attitude towards starting school, knows *.

In a special service, the ministers of education around NRW school minister Yvonne Gebauer (FDP) advise on the situation in schools against the background of the growing wave of Omikron, reports *. The trend in the infection situation is currently clear: both nationwide and in North Rhine-Westphalia, the corona numbers are rising again.

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