€1.5 million to safeguard students

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THE Valencian government is allocating €1.5 million to safeguard students and educational centre.
THE cash will be used to buy more than a 1.1 million reusable masks for students and to cover the cost of disinfecting facilities in the Valencia Community where tests were carried out in July.
Of the ‘emergency cash’ set aside, €892,000 will be spent on masks and €621,000 for intense cleaning of the educational centres.


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