Seven countries in the European Union have already closed schools completely; already 11 maintain a mixed regime, where face-to-face and distance learning are mixed.
According to a UNESCO report, there are already 18 European Union countries that have taken decisions about schools, with the aim of containing the contagions of Covid-19.
In this Wednesday's edition, Business points out that seven European Union countries, including Germany, have already closed schools entirely due to the pandemic. The UK has also sent students home.
Another 11 countries, such as Italy, maintain a mixed regime: schools remain open, but only with partial face-to-face education.
Another nine countries, Portugal included, keep all schools and educational establishments open. France also uses this type of solution.