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Coronavirus: Moscow extends remote learning for secondary school students until 2021

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Moscow’s secondary school children from classes 6-11 will continue to learn remotely until the end of the year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Interfax news agency cited the mayor’s office as saying on Wednesday.

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The restriction was introduced in October and had been due to end on Dec. 6.

President Vladimir Putin earlier ordered authorities to begin mass voluntary vaccinations next week.

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