As French schools reopen, minister scolds Covid-19 ‘obsessed’ critics, but teachers wary

France’s secondary schools reopened on Monday after a four-week break to stem the tide of Covid-19 infections. Some new preventative efforts have been deployed for the restart of classes, but critics say more must be done to secure schools lest the reopenings send cases, which remain high in France, climbing sharply again. The country’s education minister, for his part, says people should stop “obsessing” over the risks of contagion at school.
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