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Govt seeks ways to keep classrooms open in face of Delta variant
The government’s determination to return to in-person teaching in schools and universities is prompting a search for ways to boost vaccination rates among students and teaching staff and offer reassurance to concerned parents of younger pupils.
While national Covid-19 infection rates have been falling gradually since the beginning of September, experts and health authorities have drawn attention to the surge in new cases in countries where the school year is already under way. This has led to ...
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