Classes and schools close regularly to stop too much spread of the Coronavirus, and teachers are worried about the little protection their masks offer. Since starting school, your child may have been infected with Covid-19 or been in contact with someone who is sick. In anticipation of this situation, the National Education has set up a protocol.
First scenario: while at home, you realize that your child is coughing, has a fever, has a runny nose, is suffering from headaches or body aches: keep him at home until ‘until he is cured, and see a doctor if possible.
Scenario 2: Your child develops symptoms of Coronavirus at school (acute respiratory infection with fever or feeling feverish, unexplained fatigue, unusual muscle pain or headache, decreased or loss of taste or smell, diarrhea). He must be isolated as quickly as possible and wear a mask if he is six years or older, in the presence of a masked adult.
The school must warn you quickly and you must pick up your child, who will have to see a doctor. He can only return to school after isolation at home or after a medical opinion. The isolation period is now reduced to seven days instead of 14. In the meantime, the school activities of the school or establishment continue normally, while respecting barrier gestures.
If your child tests positive for Covid-19, you should notify the school immediately. Your child will then not be able to return to his establishment before the deadline indicated by his doctor, that is, at the earliest 10 days after the screening test. The duration of isolation can be extended as long as symptoms persist. People who have come into contact with him without adequate means of protection will have to go into isolation and be tested. Those who will not be considered as “risky contact” by the head of the establishment can join the school or the educational establishment.
It is also possible that your child is designated a “contact case” by the head of the establishment. In this case, he must not return to the establishment before a medical opinion, as a preventive measure. Likewise, if you or a member of your household are infected, you should not send your child to school within the time prescribed by a doctor unless symptoms persist. Your child will then be able to benefit from the educational continuity implemented by their school or educational establishment.
Please note: many schools have made this request without having the right to do so. The National Council of the Order of Physicians asserts: “Doctors do not have to establish a medical certificate for returning to school”, so your child does not need to provide one to be able to return. in class. Doctors only provide medical advice and isolation times, no fitness certificate.
In addition, schools do not have the right to impose a screening test on children. You can completely refuse such an act, however, the child will have to stay at home in isolation. If the headteacher has obtained proof that your child has tested positive for the coronavirus, he can also refuse him access to school and his class.
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