School's in Spain are unlikely to reopen due to coronavirus

One week before schools are due to re open, Moncloa will hold a conference of regional presidents to address the issue.

Six months after being sent home from class, the government feels that the 2020-2021 school year will not start as planned. Due to coronavirus infection rates growing in Spain, government and Ministry of Health feel that it would be almost impossible to put safety measures into place.

At the end of the month, Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, will hold a conference of regional presidents to address educational issues.

Children are due to return to school at the start of September, although sources have claimed the meeting will take place around the 27th of August.

Government sources have said they are hoping to get children back into schools by the second or third week of September, therefore it gives them more time to put safety measures in place and distances can be guaranteed.


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