Greece’s Education Minister said on Wednesday that discussion about in-person classes in primary schools and the lower grades of secondary school will be on the table after Easter.
Speaking to public broadcaster ERT TV, minister Niki Kerameos said that the epidemiologists’ committee advising the government has not made any proposal for the reopening of lower grades yet.
“This discussion has been pushed back until after Easter,” Kerameos said.
Priority will be given to other activities, which will open next week, she added.
After almost six months, lyceum classes in-person started again on Monday. Teachers and students have to carry out Covid-19 self0tests at home twice a week.