01 December 2020 "In order to reduce transmission risks in the period following the holiday season", we invite you to "consider extending the school holidays" or to resort to "a distance learning period, in order to introduce a buffer period and avoiding the spread of infections at school ".

We read in the draft of the guidelines prepared by the EU commission on anti-Covid measures to be adopted in view of the Christmas holidays, which will be presented tomorrow, and which Ansa has read. 

In the guidelines that will be published on Wednesday on anti-covid measures, for Christmas, the European commission also recommends evaluating "not to allow the celebration of masses".

In particular, he asks to "consider avoiding religious ceremonies with large gatherings, replacing them with initiatives online, on TV, or on the radio", according to what is learned in Brussels.