According to figures communicated this Friday morning by the Rennes academy (and stopped Thursday at 1 p.m.), 111 classes (out of 25,363, or 0.43%) are currently closed in Brittany. This is 51 less than last week. Ille-et-Vilaine has 38 (16 in schools, 10 in secondary schools, 12 in high schools), Côtes-d’Armor 35 (18 in schools, 17 in secondary schools, 0 in high school), Morbihan 21 (14 in schools, 5 in secondary schools and 2 in high schools) and Finistère 17 (17 in schools, 0 in college, 0 in high school).
Saint-Pierre school, in Baden, near Vannes, was closed for a week, as of June 3, because six positive cases had been detected. It was able to reopen its doors this Friday, June 11. This Thursday was the only closed establishment in the region.
217 students affected by covid-19
Regarding students, out of the 606,997 in the region, there are currently 217 confirmed cases of covid (0.03%). That’s 76 less than last week. 15 staff members (out of the 52,961 working in Brittany) are also affected (0.24%), or 114 less than last week.
Finally, 8,208 saliva tests were performed from May 31 to June 7 and 0.23% of them were positive.
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