British schoolchildren banned from coughing

British schoolchildren banned from coughing

In the UK, new rules of conduct for schoolchildren, prohibiting intentional coughing and jokes about coronavirus, writes the Daily Mail.
The publication gave the example of several educational institutions with unusual innovations. For example, in a Hastings school it is now forbidden to cough or sneeze, humorously speak about the pandemic, and to have targeted contact with another person. In one of the Same London educational institutions for “cough in jest” threatens expulsion.
In addition, students will have to get used to the new rules of toilet access. In Derby, they found a school where each class was allocated their own restroom. Visiting the “foreign” toilets here will be considered a serious misdemeanor.
According to the World Health Organization, more than 25 million cases of coronavirus have been reported worldwide. More than 846,000 patients have died. In the UK, about 334,000 people have contracted coronavirus infection, with more than 41,000 victims.

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