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Welcome to this outdoors edition of CNN 10. I'm Carl Azuz. All 50 U.S. states have relaxed at least some of their restrictions concerning corona virus but as the 2019-2020 school year winds down a lot of questions are being raised not only about summer learning loss but about what happens in the Fall. The guidance from the White House says that American schools can reopen in states that have seen a lasting decrease in new COVID-19 cases and who's hospitals aren't overloaded with patients.

欢迎收看户外版的CNN 10新闻。我是卡尔·阿祖兹。美国50个州都放松了对冠状病毒的一些限制,但随着2019-2020学年的结束,人们提出了很多问题,不仅是关于夏季学习损失,还有秋季会发生什么。来自白宫的指导意见表示,在新冠肺炎病例持续下降、同时医院病人不在人满为患的州,学校可以重新开学。

It also says there should be no sign of a rebound of COVID-19 in these states. The guidance from the Centers for Disease Control says that schools should be ready to screen everyone for COVID-19 symptoms, carry out extensive disinfecting, help people keep their distance from each other and have a response plan with health officials in place if someone on campus catches corona virus. But in many cases, the final decision on this will be up to the school districts themselves.

同时还指出,这些州没有迹象显示COVID-19疫情出现反弹的状况。美国疾病控制中心的指导意见表示,学校应该做好准备,对每个人进行COVID-19症状的筛查,进行广泛的消毒,帮助人们相互保持距离,并在校园内有人感染冠状病毒时,及时与卫生官员制定应对计划。但在很多情况下,最终的决定将取决于学区自己。

Certain schools in Montana and Idaho have reopened while other states have said distance learning could continue in the Fall.

蒙大拿州和爱达荷州的一些学校已经重新开学,而其他州则表示秋季可能会继续远程教育。

Critics of schools that reopen at this point say they're putting students and their families at risk for corona virus. Supporters say teachers and students want to get back in the building and that the school's prepared to reduce the risk. The number of corona virus cases differs from state to state. The rules that are still in place differ from state to state.

批评学校候重新开学的人表示,他们把学生和家人置于冠状病毒的危险之中。支持者表示,教师和学生希望回到教学楼,学校准备降低风险。冠状病毒病例的数量因州而异。规则也因州而异。

So it's just too early to know what the country's education landscape will look like in the Fall, and it's possible that any plans that are in place could change. That happened at 66 schools in South Korea within two hours of the time they reopened their doors they closed them once again. But in other parts of the country learning is back in session.

因此,要想知道这个国家秋季的教育前景如何还为时过早,任何现有的计划都有可能发生改变。韩国66所学校在重新开学后的两个小时内再次关闭。但在这个国家的其他地方,学习又重新开始了。

Welcome to this outdoors edition of CNN 10. I'm Carl Azuz. All 50 U.S. states have relaxed at least some of their restrictions concerning corona virus but as the 2019-2020 school year winds down a lot of questions are being raised not only about summer learning loss but about what happens in the Fall. The guidance from the White House says that American schools can reopen in states that have seen a lasting decrease in new COVID-19 cases and who's hospitals aren't overloaded with patients.

It also says there should be no sign of a rebound of COVID-19 in these states. The guidance from the Centers for Disease Control says that schools should be ready to screen everyone for COVID-19 symptoms, carry out extensive disinfecting, help people keep their distance from each other and have a response plan with health officials in place if someone on campus catches corona virus. But in many cases, the final decision on this will be up to the school districts themselves. Certain schools in Montana and Idaho have reopened while other states have said distance learning could continue in the Fall.

Critics of schools that reopen at this point say they're putting students and their families at risk for corona virus. Supporters say teachers and students want to get back in the building and that the school's prepared to reduce the risk. The number of corona virus cases differs from state to state. The rules that are still in place differ from state to state. So it's just too early to know what the country's education landscape will look like in the Fall, and it's possible that any plans that are in place could change. That happened at 66 schools in South Korea within two hours of the time they reopened their doors they closed them once again. But in other parts of the country learning is back in session.


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