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Students with green certificate go back to in-person school attendance

The Miguel de Cervantes Spanish-language secondary school in Sofia
Photo: Ani Petrova

More than 3,200 students from the 5th to the 12th grade have returned to school in Sofia.

Most of them are attending private schools, the Ministry of Education has announced. School No. 164, the Miguel de Cervantes Spanish-language secondary school, is the only one of the municipal schools in the capital city to have been able to bring together 176 pupils with a green certificate in the 8th, 9th and 10th grade. Ten out of the 28 classes there are already having in-person attendance. The cost of the antigen tests is covered by the parents. 

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