Bavaria limits in-person schooling, ditches New Year easing of rules

In the German state of Bavaria, older students will be increasingly taught remotely and a planned easing of rules for New Year celebrations has been cancelled as the coronavirus pandemic keeps the region in its grip. State premier Markus Soeder said on Sunday that for New Year the existing restrictions – that only five people from two households can meet – will stay in place. The limit only be raised to 10 people for the Christmas period between December 23 and 26. Soeder said that from grade eight onwards, classes will be split and the groups will alternate attending school or be taught remot…

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