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Masks no longer mandatory for Uruguayan schoolchildren

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The president of the National Administration of Primary Education of Uruguay, Robert Silva, announced that masks would no longer be mandatory in schools from 11 years of age.

Silva said that it is one of the components of a new sanitary protocol that will be applied from the beginning of classes on March 7, which also includes a reduction of quarantine days in cases of contagion in classrooms.

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