SYRIZA: Even Now the Gonvernment Continues Without a Plan

November 14, 2020

ATHENS — Even now the government continues without a plan, main opposition SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance said in an announcement on Saturday.

"The government opened the schools without any preparation, without mass COVID-19 tests and with many pupils in every classroom in the midst of the pandemic".

"Until yesterday" SYRIZA said "Education Minister ruled out any possibility of closing the primary schools, claiming that there is no such recommendation by the scientists committee and today she announced the suspension of primary schools and kindergartens' operation".

The least this government should do is to prepare the schools, in the days of the lockdown, for their right opening, this time without new ludicrous palinodes, the main opposition party said.


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