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More students return to in-person classes as Romanian authorities ease restrictions


More students in Romania can return to in-person learning as of Monday after the authorities eased the COVID-19 safety rules for schools, according to Romania Insider.

Educational units located in cities, towns or communes with COVID incidence rates below 3 per thousand can now hold in-person classes, regardless of their vaccination rates, according to a decision of the Ministry of Education quoted by News.ro.

Schools are allowed to hold physical classes only if at least 60% of their staff are vaccinated.