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Schools in Greece open Sept. 13; Covid-certificates for teachers and students

Schools in Greece will reopen on Monday, September 13, the Education Ministry said on Wednesday.

Teachers will be required to present a certificate of completed vaccination, or one of having contracted coronavirus within the last six months, or a negative laboratory test result that must be presented to the schools twice a week.

Higher education professors and students will have the same obligations as above.

Students must either present a vaccination certificate (if they are over 12 years old), or one of having contracted Covid in the last six months, or a negative self-test result that will also be presented twice a week.

Further protocols and details, including managing educational materials and supporting students, will be released closer to the start of the academic year.

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One comment

  1. So either get this untested unverified vac. or pay 40€ a week to attend school.
    This vac. You can still get, carry, and infect others. Plus it is now being reported that this virus will not be going away, ever, thanks China, WHO and Fauci. Now since this vaccine does nothing to stop the spread, would it not be more reasonable to just get the virus and get it over with, then play this charade of that the media, gov’t and pharm companies are trying to make us play?
    I’m not saying this virus isn’t dangerous, but if you increase your health levels. The end result for healthy ppl getting this virus is a 99% recovery rate. Recommend the vac. to those with health related issues, and them over 60 y/o. but don’t force this on ppl. Loss of employment, travel & shopping restrictions.