Jean-Michel Blanquer announced Wednesday that in the event of a Covid-19 contamination in a middle school and high school class, vaccinated students tested negative could stay in person while their unvaccinated comrades would be at a distance.
Change of footing concerning the health protocol for re-entry into colleges. If a case of Covid-19 is detected in a 6th grade class, the class will close, the Ministry of National Education finally told BFMTV on Thursday, contrary to what had been announced on Wednesday.
Wednesday, Jean-Michel Blanquer had detailed on France Info that “in the secondary (college and high school, Editor’s note), only unvaccinated students will be ousted and have to follow distance education. ”Vaccinated students will be able to remain in person after having undergone a negative income test.
After these statements, several unions were concerned about the situation of students under 12, many in 6th, vaccination against the virus is currently open only from 12 years.
“What happens to them?”, Asked in particular the general secretary of SNES-FSU Sophie Vénétitay to BFMTV.com, while the co-president of the FCPE Nageate Belahcen castigated on our antenna “a two-tier school, a school for the vaccinated and the unvaccinated”.
Clarisse Martin and Anne Saurat-Dubois