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Covid-19: in schools in 93, “the incidence rate is between 1,000 and 1,300”, worries a deputy of the department

“The situation is very worrying in the Lycée Delacroix in Drancy”, estimated Sunday March 28 the Communist deputy of Seine-Saint-Denis Stéphane Peu, while the school has since the beginning of the month more than fifty positive cases among the students, and that about twenty parents of students are dead from Covid-19 for a year. “This situation is worrying in many establishments in Seine-Saint-Denis”, added the deputy.

“In our department, in schools, we have incidence rates between 1,000 and 1,300, while the incidence rate in our department is at 783”, worries the deputy, “In some schools, the incidence rate is almost double, with a massacre also among teachers.”

Stéphane Peu believes, however, that “all the protagonists of the school, parents of pupils, teachers and elected officials are so that schools remain open” before adding: “We know, especially in a department like mine, the social drama of the closure of schools, the failures, the delays taken by the children.”

The deputy called for “pass the second” on teacher vaccination: “The President of the Republic has recognized the need to vaccinate them, but he is talking about doing it in a month. If we do not go faster on the vaccination of teachers, it may be complicated to have schools running . “

Finally, to limit the circulation of the virus in schools, Stéphane Peu asks that a measure be taken quickly: “One class, one classroom” : “You know that in colleges, every hour, the children go to another class. It should be the teachers who travel, in order to limit the mixing of children.”

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