Students return to face-to-face classes with rising Covid cases and new strain in Brazil – World


Hundreds of Brazilian students have resumed face-to-face classes, interrupted last year due to the pandemic, amid uncertainty caused by the second wave of infections and a more infectious variant of the coronavirus that causes the disease.

In Brazil, a country with great geographical differences and socioeconomic inequalities, the gradual return of students to classrooms divides the population.

Many families fear that face-to-face education will lead to an increase in cases of covid-19 in the country, which accounts for more than 240,000 deaths and at least 9.8 million infected with the new coronavirus.


Source: Correio da Manhã by www.cmjornal.pt.

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