The next day he went to school and was diagnosed with Govt-19. According to Vosges Matin, the dressed man, who went to four companies in Vosges, Raon-l’Etape, forced 120 students to go for a screening test.
The test the day before his tour was negative, so he was able to meet the children: two took pictures outside the school, the other two inside. For this, it is necessary to carry out an emergency examination. “Students who take a negative test may return to class after the tests are completed. If families do not wish to be tested, they should be isolated for 7 days,” the school assistant said.
According to the city mayor, the risk of ARS pollution would have been “low”. “The risk of contamination is very low due to the lack of close contact between St. Nicholas and the children. The ARS is confident and optimistic about a situation like national education,” says Benoit Pierrot. The officer was interviewed by France 3.
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