France orders children aged six and over to wear masks in school
Children in France aged six and over will have to wear face masks in the classroom to keep schools open, the prime minister, Jean Castex, said on the eve of a second national lockdown. Speaking before the National Assembly backed the new restrictions by 399 votes to 27, Castex said the mandatory us»»»
Masks made mandatory for six-year-old French pupils as Europe steps up Covid restrictions
French schoolchildren aged six and over must wear masks in classrooms as tough new Covid-19 restrictions sweep the country from Friday. The wearing of masks was mandatory only for students 11 and older until now, but Prime Minister Jean Castex told parliament that new efforts were needed "to protec»»»
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