Of those 24 schools, seven are in Zadar County, five in Split-Dalmatia County, and four in Šibenik-Knin County and Vukovar-Srijem County each.
The Buje-based grammar school in the Italian language is organizing mixed-type lessons.
On 7 January, Education Minister Radovan Fuchs said that primary and secondary school students accounted for 8.7% of coronavirus cases and that this was an argument in favor of schools staying open, adding that no county had requested switching to online classes.
Speaking on Croatian Television, he said not even counties with very high COVID numbers had opted for closing schools, adding that the impact of online classes “is very hard” on students.
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