The French teachers they march to the Ministry of Education to ask the government for clarity on anti-Covid measures in schools. At the strike – called by the trade unions – joined the 75 percent of the teachers of the primary and the 62 percent of the school staff of middle and high schools. With the increase in infections, due to the Omicron variant, the government was forced to change the anti-Covid measures three times in a week. In fact, from returning to class after the Christmas holidays, schools must comply with the new health protocol: in the event of a positive in the classroom, pupils must undergo a swab – antigenic or molecular – when the case is announced and then two more tests two days apart each, which must certify negativity.
The article Teachers take to the streets in Paris against the management of the pandemic: the images of the strike comes from Il Fatto Quotidiano.