On the 22nd, some German states loosened offline courses, and primary and secondary schools ushered in the first resumption day. The reporter of the main station came to Bole Middle School in Essen, North Wales for an interview.
Germany’s current hard blockade will last until March 7, but on the 22nd, German Chancellor Merkel said that she was considering easing the blockade measures in stages. On that day, several federal states, including North Wales, where Esenberger High School is located, reopened offline classes. According to the requirements of epidemic prevention, teachers and students should wear masks as much as possible, and schools should also provide rapid virus detection.
Simone Rouen, principal of Esenberger Middle School: The school decided to arrange the curriculum in groups, divided into groups A and B, so as to avoid the occupation of all class space, ensure that students can have independent space in the classroom, and maintain a safe distance.
At the same time, in view of the current rebound of the German epidemic situation, some teachers and students and the German Teachers Association hope not to rush to start school.
Student Ocean: I believe that as long as classes are not resumed too quickly, it may work. Under the current circumstances, we can’t worry. We must take full consideration, otherwise the situation may be even worse.