https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-jersey-52761382

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Image caption The island's schools were originally due to reopen on 1 June, after the half-term holiday. Jersey's schools will remain closed until 5 June following public health advice about coronavirus, island education chiefs have confirmed. They were due to reopen after half-term , but the "phased and safe" return of students will now be delayed by a week until 8 June at the earliest. Key workers' children and vulnerable pupils will still be able to attend. Education minister Tracey Vallois said she would give an update on the schools reopening plan next week. Private early years providers, childminders, nurseries and schools are also being advised to remain closed amid the pandemic, the Government of Jersey said. Full story

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