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Thursday, April 22, 2021

Irish schools to reopen fully from next month – Taoiseach

The Taoiseach has confirmed that all schools will fully reopen next month.

Micheál Martin said a comprehensive plan will be brought to Cabinet on Monday detailing a package of measures and resources that will be needed.

The Department of Education confirmed that a plan for reopening schools will be published on Monday and this includes detailed guidance for schools.

“Reopening of schools is the Government’s number one priority and a full return to school is envisaged,” the Department said.


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