Start of self-testing in schools largely problem-free

Ljubljana – Self-testing of Slovenian primary and secondary school students got off to a largely problem-free start on Wednesday. Reports from schools suggest the vast majority of parents consented to testing and only a small percentage of parents decided to switch to remote schooling in protest. There were a few small protests in front of schools. Schools around the country have reported on-site testing having proceeded without major problems, even for the youngest children. “We had good preparations with the teachers, watched a video of self-testing with the children, explained…

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