In Sweden, the universities will resume work in full-time mode from 15 June
Swedish universities, high school classrooms and adult education institutions will be able to resume work in full-time mode since June 15, was announced during a press conference on Friday, Prime Minister of Sweden Stefan löfven.
"In the autumn of universities, school (educational institution of the secondary level, where pupils from 16 to 18 years) adult education institutions will be able to resume work as usual in the fall. If there is a need to hold classes in the summer they can open its doors June 15," said Leven.
The Minister of science and higher education Matilda Rnkranz, who also participated in the press conference, added that in case of deterioration of the epidemiological situation, the training can once again be translated online.
Universities and several other educational institutions where students age 16 and over, were translated into distance learning March 17. Kindergartens and primary schools were working normally. This decision of the government of Sweden explained that the closure of educational institutions for children hurt parents, including those working in critical sectors of society, to do their job.
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