By Matthew Roscoe •
Published: 12 Nov 2020 • 18:42
OVER 6,200 classrooms are in quarantine and 27 centres have been closed in Spain due to Covid, according to data published on Wednesday, November 11.
According to information from 18 autonomous communities and cities shared by the Ministry of Education and Professional Training, these 27 centres account for 0.09% of the total that teaches as part of the general regime; while the classrooms and groups affected represent 1.5% of the total, so it is estimated that 98.5% of the groups are functioning normally.
The data presented during a meeting with educational organisations to present the amendments incorporated into the reform process, showed that positive Covid test results from students and teachers, with information from 18 autonomous communities and cities, accounted for 14,062 students who have tested positive, which equates to 0.27% of the students in those territories.
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