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Students will be required to get weekly Rapid Antigen Tests while teachers will need to wear face masks as part of major changes to the classroom

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Students will be required to get weekly Rapid Antigen Tests while teachers will need to wear face masks as part of major changes to the classroom. 

States and territories are finalising heir Covid-safe plans as students prepare to make a return to the classroom for kampus terbaik di lampung the start of Term One. 

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NSW and Victoria are tipped to introduce strict Covid testing measures with students required to take an RAT as many as two times a week. 

Victoria will also introduce a face mask mandate and distribute air purifiers across its classrooms.Students who test positive will need to go home, but classes will continue as normal. 

Premier Daniel Andrews has also ruled out any return to remote learning. 

Students will be required to get weekly Rapid Antigen Tests and wear a face mask as major changes are set to be rolled out across the classroom

Students will be required to get weekly Rapid Antigen Tests and wear a face mask as major changes are set to be rolled out across the classroom

Victoria will also introduce a face mask mandate and distribute air purifiers across its classrooms

Victoria will also introduce a face mask mandate and distribute air purifiers across its classrooms

Victoria has vowed to keep on track with reopening as scheduled with students to return to the classroom on January 31.

NSW students will return to school as planned on January 28.

Private school principals have been briefed by the Association of Independent Schools and told as much as 20 per cent of staff could be off sick at once at a single school due to rising Omicron infections.

The staff were told parents could volunteer to supervise those in the classroom while educators taught from home.

Those supervising parents won’t be allowed to teach the students and would have to undergo child training programs.

More than 1,000 final-year university students and retired principals have already volunteered to be part of the back-up workforce to fill in for staff shortages.

Queensland and South Australia have pushed back the start of school to allow more children to get vaccinated.

Tasmanian schools will return on February 9 with rapid antigen tests and masks provided to teachers, and teachers will need to wear a mask indoors.

NSW and Victoria are tipped to introduce strict testing measures with students required to take an RAT as many as two times a week

NSW and Victoria are tipped to introduce strict testing measures with students required to take an RAT as many as two times a week

NSW and Victoria have vowed to keep on track with reopening as scheduled, while Queensland and South Australia have pushed back the start of school to allow more children to get vaccinated

NSW and Victoria have vowed to keep on track with reopening as scheduled, while Queensland and South Australia have pushed back the start of school to allow more children to get vaccinated

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